Mike arrives home and sees it was vandalized, but seven silver dollars were left untouched - not much considering the bandits took his US$10,000 cash he needed to pay his farm, and took the... See full summary »
Joe Sullivan is itching to get out of prison. He's taken the rap for Rick, who owes him $50 Grand. Rick sets up an escape for Joe, knowing that Joe will be caught escaping and be shot or ... See full summary »
Mike arrives home and sees it was vandalized, but seven silver dollars were left untouched - not much considering the bandits took his US$10,000 cash he needed to pay his farm, and took the invaluable honour and life of Jane, his wife. Mike buries Jane and parts in a relentless search and revenge mission, in which he must use his cunning and revenge, killing each man of the band one by one. He leaves one silver dollar near each body. His encounter with Burd in a cave would probably be the last, but before the man can tell where the loot has been hidden, Mike's friend appear and shoots the bandit. Mike still has to find out who the seventh bandit is, and there are not much possibilities left. Written by
Brett Halsey aka Montgomery Ford stars in this straightforward revenge saga from Alberto Cardone. He presents a thrilling protagonist, dressed all in black, implacable in his thirst for revenge against the seven men who dishonored and murdered his fiancé and stole the fifty thousand dollars with which they were going to begin a new life. Wayde Preston is one of the seven, in such a small role I expected him to turn up later, but he doesn't. Many familiar faces turn up, including Fernando Sancho and Angel del Pozo, Franco Fantasia and others, locations, some in Almeria, are fine, and the action doesn't lag. Michele Lacerenza provides the music, wonderful trumpet solos that add to the spaghetti ambiance. This is a good one, and fans of the genre will be in pasta heaven.
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