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The famous American singer and actor Dean Reed stars in this decent spaghetti western.He plays the role of the sly and adventurous gun-slinger Slim Cobbert who is hired by the mayor of a small town on the Mexican boarder.Somebody has stolen a large sum of money from the local bank and Slim Cobbert has to find out the robbers.A Mexican guy helps him in the investigation.Meanwhile,Slim becomes the most desired man in town and is adored by the young ladies.
Although the plot isn't anything special, the film is worth seeing.It has a nice cast - Dean Reed is convincing as Slim Cobbert and the others do a good job as well.The score is very good and Dean Reed performs the song "God creates them,I kill them" as well.The film has lots of action and good dialogues.
"Dio li crea... Io li ammazzo!"/"God made them....I kill them" is highly recommendable for every spaghetti-western fan and especially for Dean Reed fans.
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