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Gian Maria Volonté,
E' il giorno della festa di fidanzamento fra Gregor Mac Gregor e Rosita. All'improvviso arriva il bandito Maldonado che, con la sua banda, deruba Gregor ed i suoi sei fratelli dell'oro accumulato in anni di duro lavoro. I derubati si lanciano all'inseguimento dei malviventi. Rosita finisce prigioniera dei banditi, che catturano anche il fidanzato. Ma i banditi non hanno fatto i conti con le sei figlie di Donovan l'irlandese, che si uniscono ai fratelli Mac Gregor e riescono a liberare i prigionieri ed a rientrare in possesso del maltolto. Written by
[the MacGregors have just toasted Scotland]
Mr. Donovan, you're a great drinker, and yet you're not drinkin' with us in the most beautiful country in the world.
'Course I'll drink to it, MacGregor. I'll be drinkin' to my Ireland!
[Donovan's family women answer with "hooray!"]
Listen here, Donovan. When one has the distinguished privilege of the hospitality of a Scots family, you must have the good taste not to sing the praises of Ireland, which is, after all, one of our colonies.
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I was taken to this movie for my twentieth birthday in 1967. We couldn't believe how bad it was although now that I see that it was filmed in Italian, that might explain part of the problem. It was certainly dubbed into English, I would have remembered subtitles. For years now it has been the butt of family jokes. My husband has always been jealous, because he was not there. If anyone knows how I can get a copy of it I would love to see it again. Sue Routledge
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