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(1969) Tony Anthony, Lloyd Battista, Kenji Ohara, Rita Mura. The third film in Anthonys Stranger series is a very good one. Tony journeys to Japan intent on returning an ancient scroll to its rightful owner...
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The film was restored for its 30th Anniversary in 2011 and converted to the current 2010s Real 3D Technology. This restoration made the film the first ever old format 3D film to be transferred to the new modern digital 3D technology. See more »
I don't know what sad ending the reviewer was talking about, for the bad guy Gene Quintano got what he deserve in the end. Tony Anthony (American who made a name in Italy in the Spagetti western days) plays a tough guy who's is shot at his wedding day at the church and his wife is kidnapped by outlaws lead by Gene Qunitano and gang. He goes on a one man crusade (with a help of a old irish guy) to go after the bad guys. Baby's bottom, bats, guns, and other stuff pop out of the screen with an excellent 3-D effect. There is a bonus in the end, where we see the highlights including a firework and a little kid blowing bubbles for some strange reason to make use of the 3-D effect. Filmways pictures did a strange commerical for the film that showed no footage of the film. The film had an early performance by Victoria Abril.
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