This was not originally a Sabata film. The original Italian title translates as "Indio Black, you know what? You're a big son of a...", Indio Black being the character played by Yul Brynner, but the title and Brynner's character name were changed for the American release to cash in on Sabata (1969), the original Sabata film. See more »
When Sabata invades Colonel Skimmel's quarters, he sees the reflection of a person hiding behind the door. The person in the reflection is not Hertz. See more »
[Sabata catches an Austrian agent in a snare]
Hang around, I'll be back.
I'll get you when I get down!
[Sabata shoots the rope in two with a small pistol. The agent falls head first onto an accordion, and the instrument produces a sour note]
[looks back impassively]
You played that *rotten!
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One of the greatest actors Yul Bryner, stars in Adios Sabata. Brynner, equipped with his sawed-off lever action, 7 Remmington clip guage with 1 cigar.
I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. The music was fantastic and it has plenty of action. The story line was a bit weird at times, but Yul was a great choice. As it has been mentioned several times, it isn't really a proper sequel to the original Sabata, however, it is a great spaghetti western with loads of action.
I would recommend Adios Sabata to any western movie fans and those who love a bit of action!!!!!
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