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Ringo's Big Night (1966)

La grande notte di Ringo (original title)
(1967) William Berger, Adriana Ambesi, Eduardo Fajardo, Walter Maestosi. Ringo (Berger) gets blamed for a series of stagecoach robberies between Silver City and Tombstone. 200-grand in stolen booty is at stake.

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Jack Balman / Ringo
Adriana Ambesi ...
Annette
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Joseph Finley (as Edoardo Fajardo)
Walter Maestosi ...
Broken Arm
Guido De Salvi ...
Federal Agent Norman Ford
Tom Felleghy ...
Judge Nottingham
Paco Morán ...
Black Norton (as Francisco Moran)
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José the Mexican
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Sheriff Sam
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Jim Bailey (as Jorge Rigaud)
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(1967) William Berger, Adriana Ambesi, Eduardo Fajardo, Walter Maestosi. Ringo (Berger) gets blamed for a series of stagecoach robberies between Silver City and Tombstone. 200-grand in stolen booty is at stake.

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21 January 1966 (Italy)  »

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2.35 : 1
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You'll be dozing through this "night"
10 June 2013 | by (Victoria, BC) – See all my reviews

Normally I enjoy spaghetti westerns a lot, but this one was at times very tough to sit through, so I can only imagine what non-western fans would think of it. The movie does have a few good ideas that could have potentially paid off, but the execution is more often than not lacking. After the opening action sequence, you have to wait more than a half hour before the next real action sequence. The movie is extremely slow-moving and filled with too much talk to engage western fans. Even the music score, usually the highlight of a spaghetti western, is very lacklustre. Animal lovers might want to especially avoid this movie since there is some treatment of horses at one point that might anger them.

Oh, and despite what the title says, there's no character in the movie by the name of "Ringo".


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