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3 pistole contro Cesare (1967)

A gunman teams up with his long-lost brothers--a French hypnotist and a Japanese kung-fu expert--to fight a villain who is obsessed with Roman emperor Julius Caesar, to the point of having ... See full summary »

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Whity Selby
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A gunman teams up with his long-lost brothers--a French hypnotist and a Japanese kung-fu expert--to fight a villain who is obsessed with Roman emperor Julius Caesar, to the point of having built a palace, complete with slave girls, a huge sunken bath and his own "Praetorian Guard", and who is trying to cheat them out of a gold mine left to them by their father. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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4 Tiros Sem Perdão  »

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Three brothers against an 'emperor'
27 September 2016 | by (Hamburg, Germany) – See all my reviews

"3 Pistole Contro Cesare" ("Death Walks in Laredo") tells the story of three brothers, Selby (Thomas Hunter), Kato (James Shigeta) and Deveraux (Nadir Moretti) who inherit a gold mine. The land is, however, claimed by a man called Julius Cesar Fuller (Enrico Maria Salerno), and his right hand man Bronson (Umberto D'Orsi) ensures with 30 gun-men that no trespassers disturb Cesar during his many baths and literature readings. The three brothers meet their long lost sister and then have a disagreement whether they should just go away and live happily elsewhere or challenge the would-be emperor?

During the first 12 minutes of this movie, the hero Selby shoots 12 guys, which sets an impressive body count. He has got a special gun with 4 barrels, so he can shoot more guys simultaneously, yet only if they line up properly. 'Cesar' Fuller had his ranch turned into a Roman bath with plenty of 'slaves', listening to the life story of Julius Caesar for inspiration. You have never seen a villain like this in any other western - promised. Nobody involved seems to take it seriously for a minute, neither will you, but it is a lot of fun!

During the hey-days of Italian westerns, the production company Dino De Laurentiis Cinematografica showed remarkably little interest, producing hardly any movies of this genre. "Un Fiume Di Dollari" ("The Hills Run Red") by Carlo Lizzani, also starring Thomas Hunter, and "Navajo Joe" by Sergio Corbucci with Burt Reynolds deserve mentioning. "3 Pistole Contro Cesare" includes none of the usual stars of the genre and was, best to my knowledge, the only Italian western shot in Algeria, so you don't get the familiar Spanish supporting cast, either. This really is different from the usual run of the mill, loves going over the top with his bizarre villain, and it is definitely worth watching if you enjoy off-beat productions.


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