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Hannie Caulder (1971)

R | | Crime, Drama, Western | July 1972 (USA)
After she is raped and her husband murdered, a woman hires a bounty hunter to instruct her in the use of a gun so she can get her revenge on the three outlaws responsible.

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Thomas Luther Price
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Emmett Clemens
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Frank Clemens
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Rufus Clemens
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Bailey
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Madame
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Hannie enlists the aid of bounty hunter Tom Price to teach her how to be a gunfighter so she can hunt down the 3 men who killed her husband and raped her. Written by Ray Hamel <hamel@primate.wisc.edu>

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There was a notch on her gun for every man she got! See more »

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Crime | Drama | Western

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In einem Sattel mit dem Tod  »

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In his seven-decade career, this is Christopher Lee's only Western. See more »

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Hannie is shot in the shoulder in the gunfight with Frank, yet in the following scene her wound is a graze to her upper arm. See more »

Quotes

Emmett Clements: That bitch! Who the hell does she think she is, treating my family to a funeral!
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Referenced in Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) See more »

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Life Never Is Easy
Written by Jack Fishman
Performed by Bobby Hanna
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They Made Her Mad
11 September 2005 | by (Lansdowne, VA) – See all my reviews

A nice musical score, with a good solo guitar sequence in the middle that recurs from time to time. The relationship between Hannie Caulder (Raquel Welch) and Thomas Luther Price (Robert Culp) matures over time and is the really interesting part of this film. Steven Boyd's bit part could have been left out altogether with no loss to the story. The three "village idiots" as I call them, provide some comic relief.

The editing on the film was pretty bad. In one or two places, I think the negative was reversed, and in at least one place it seemed to me that a scene was inserted out of place, making the film somewhat choppy. Still, I have enjoyed the VHS edition and would very much like to replace it with a North American (Region 1) DVD version. When is it going to be available?


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