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I wasn't impressed with the other Peter Lee Lawrence spaghetti westerns I saw before watching "Killer Calibre 32", and this particular one wasn't that much better. I will say that it is not a terrible movie. The production values are good, there is a solid musical score, and Lawrence gives one of his better performances, playing someone somewhat colder and more dangerous than your typical spaghetti western anti hero. However, under the direction of Al Bradley, the movie is kind of dull. The hero's progression in completing the job that he has been hired to do goes by extremely slowly. Maybe this wouldn't have been so bad had there been some life in the surrounding material but there's little action, and with the exception of a good barroom brawl, it isn't particularly well done. While the movie is not aggressively bad, I would only recommend it for die hard spaghetti western fans.
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