Four men killed Django's brother a long time ago. A withdrawn rancher, a notorious card player, a despotic priest and a crazy albino with an obsession for gold. The relentless Django seeks for revenge and hunts them down without mercy.
Enrico Maria Salerno,
Espidito, survives the massacre of his entire village. A hermit helps him believing he is a Jesus like figure. As "Redeemer" Espidito goes out to help the poor turning to guns and his own rebel band. The discovery of oil twists everything.
An eccentric bounty hunter named Providence captures and sets free a criminal in order to collect the same bounty over and over again in different states, until they discover that a local sheriff is up to something crooked.
The Pickering Commission concluded that a lone gunman killed the US President in 1960, in Philadelphia, but 19 years later a dying man confesses to be one of the real hit-men who killed President Kegan, sparking an investigation.
Spanish/Italian co-production directed by Jaime Jesus Balcazar and starring Tomas Milian and Anita Ekberg that begins very poorly. Seemingly only one guy survives a heist and starts to spend the money when another turns up after a spell in jail. Not very original and then we go on to 'just one more' and it is so incompetently dealt with it seems the whole town will know everybody's identity before the film drags to a close. Then, presto, Anita Ekberg appears, Milian comes to life and a pretty tasty and tight little drama ensues. True the two main protagonists don't do much more than glance about but its enough. Such is their respective charismatic appeal, they generate enough life for this to spark and fizzle quite happily till we reach the inevitable conclusion. Really not bad at all, just when I thought I was going to nod off, I found myself on the edge of my seat, all smiles. Hard to find though and the sound and picture suggest taken from a very ropey old video and even then kicked around a bit. So even more credit due that it still succeeds.
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