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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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Hannie Caulder the first lady gunfighter See more »

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Crime | Drama | Western

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In einem Sattel mit dem Tod  »

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The film is considered to be a loose remake of Gunslinger (1956) which was released 15 years prior to Hannie Caulder. 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

Rufus Clements: Just drop the damn bottle.
Hannie Caulder: with her back turned to Rufus. Hello Rufus.
Rufus Clements: I heard you got real smart since we saw you last.
Hannie Caulder: Funny, I didn't hear the same thing about you.
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Life Never Is Easy
Written by Jack Fishman
Performed by Bobby Hanna
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Gorgeous Raquel Welch in a film influenced by the Italian Western and shot in Spain
4 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

Hannie Coulder (Raquel Welch) is living along with her hubby when three nasty brothers (Ernest Borgnine , Jack Elam , Strother Martin) kill her husband and she is raped . She is healed by a bounty hunter (Robert Culp) who teaches her how to be an expert gunwoman . Later on , a gunsmith (Christopher Lee cameo) builds Hannie a specialized revolver for her journey ahead . The revenge starts and early she is ready for it .

The picture contains action , gun-play , humor and a little bit of violence when the violation and murders are happening . The film follows Spaghetti Western rules , thus gets violent feuds , greedy and extreme baddies , spectacular shot'em up , rapid showdowns, and habitual plot : the vengeance ; besides , being shot in Almeria (Spain) where during 1960s-1970s years had been filmed several Italian/Spanish Western . Quentin Tarantino later said the film was one of his inspirations for "Kill Bill . Raquel Welch is enjoyable and enticing , though wooden , Robert Culp as the veteran gunfighter is top-notch . Special mention for the humorous and ironical trio of brothers , they are amused parodying the Western killer gang . The usually villain Christopher Lee makes a brief intervention as good guy at a cameo , in his seven decade career , this is Christopher Lee's only Western . It appears Stephen Boyd as a ghostly gunman , he is uncredited at a brief appearance as the gunfighter simply known as "The Preacher" .

Lively and catching music by Ken Thorne . Glimmer and colorful cinematography by Edward Scaife . The film is produced by Tigon ,a known British production habitual in Horror films . The motion picture was directed by Burt Kennedy , a specialist in Western genre , he also rewrote the screenplay but was not credited . The film will appeal to Raquel Welch fans and Spaghetti Western enthusiasts .


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