Danger City is attacked by Ramon's bandits searching for rumored treasure. Unable to find the money the bandits either kill or take as hostage all men, leaving only women and children to ... See full summary »

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(as Willy Regan), (as Joseph Warren)
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Giacomo Rossi Stuart ...
Norman Sandel (as Giacomo Rossi-Stuart)
Dan Vadis ...
Ramon
Rosy Zichel ...
Rosy
José Torres ...
Logan
Giuseppe Addobbati ...
Col. Clark (as John MacDouglas)
Erika Blanc ...
Woman of Danger City (as Arika Blanck)
Daniele Vargas ...
Frank (as Dan Vargas)
Aurora Bautista ...
Woman of Danger City (as Aura Batis)
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Boy
Fernanda Borsatti
Susan Terry
Mirella Pamphili ...
(as Mary Pomphili)
Dasy Joakim
Riccardo Garrone ...
Foran (as Dick Regan)
Mila Stanic
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Danger City is attacked by Ramon's bandits searching for rumored treasure. Unable to find the money the bandits either kill or take as hostage all men, leaving only women and children to either produce the money or face 'Deguello' - an attack with no quarter. Four men, searching for Ramon, agree to help Danger City protect itself. Written by Tom Seldon <elpuro.msn.com>

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25 February 1967 (Japan)  »

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De Guello  »

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Among The Best Spaghetti Westerns I've Seen
25 November 2007 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

This would rank among the best of the best when it comes to spaghetti westerns, in my opinion, largely because of the performance of the actor, Dan Vadis.

His Ramon is one of the most despicable and sadistic characters I've ever seen, therefore he's a joy to watch. Vadis was among the best actors (of the exported American body builders), rivaling Steve Reeves and all the others. He appeared comfortable on screen, as though he felt at home. His good looks and stunning body were nice to look at, yet he wasn't the least afraid of playing down his handsomeness by playing roles like this one.

He could play both good guys and bad, but somehow he seemed to prefer playing the bad guys, and it showed in his performances. I wish he had made more films than he did, especially in the bad guy roles, but what's done is done, and he tragically died of an overdose before he even reached his fifties. What a shame! The film is definitely not for the ladies, or for the squeamish. It's a mean-spirited, blood-thirsty look at the underbelly of the old west. Ramon doesn't have a decent bone in his body, and he would just as soon kill a woman as a man, totally without honor, or feelings for anyone other than himself. I love such movies, but others might find it way too dark and violent.

If you like dark, violent westerns, this is a must-see.


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