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This is probably the best among the bunch of spaghetti western comedies that George Hilton was starring in - which doesn't say a lot because the others were mainly ridiculous and cheap. The second Alleluja movie has a couple of funny moments. I'll never forget the scene when Alleluja is hired as a gunfighter by a Mexican "general of the revolution" and sits down to write a contract first - in the middle of a battle!
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