On his way back from the Civil War, Johnny Hamilton is visited in his sleep by the ghost of his father who lets him know that he has been murdered and who asks him to avenge him. Back in ... See full summary »
Enzo G. Castellari
After a stagecoach is robbed and the passengers murdered, a long and tangled series of surprise attacks a murderous double-crosses leaves the coach's strongbox in the hands of the killer ... See full summary »
In 1864, mercenary Clyde MacKay leads a squad of hard-case cutthroats on a mission for the Confederate high command: infiltrate an enemy fortress and steal a million dollars in gold from the Union Army.
Renowned gunman Richard Martin is traveling on a train, held up by Billy Kane, a former student of Martin's. Kane spares Martin, but only after shooting his hands. Years later, Martin meets... See full summary »
Enrico Maria Salerno,
Hilton, Martin and Byrnes are three bandits who have joined the Southern ranks during the Civil War. They're caught selling guns to the Union and are sentenced to a firing squad. A general ... See full summary »
At the 2014 Memphis Film Festival in Tunica, MS, Edd Byrnes stated that he hated the fact that the producers didn't let him dub his own voice for the English-language version of "Any Gun Can Play." See more »
In the opening gunfight, "the stranger" quickly fires 7 times from his six round revolver. See more »
Edd "Kookie" Burns, one of TV's greatest teen idols leads this spaghetti western which was also known as For a Few Bullets More.
This was somewhat a parody of the Eastwood/Van Cleef westerns as everybody looked just too damn pretty. Their clothes always looked clean, their teeth looked as if they just cam from the dentist and had a whitening, and Edd Byrnes reminded me of Randolph Scott - his hair looked perfectly in place after a big fight.
There was a lot of shooting, but mostly a lot of brawls.
George Hilton, a spaghetti western favorite played the bounty hunter (The Stranger) and played it mostly for laughs, even though he did some fancy Clint Eastwood shooting.
Golden Globe nominee Gilbert Roland (Cheyenne Autumn, The Bad and the Beautiful), with over 140 movies to his credit, played the outlaw leader.
It had the elements of a good spaghetti western, but was funny also.
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