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Zanna Bianca e il cacciatore solitario (1975)

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A dog sled driver and a drunk join forces to protect a girl and her farm from an evil land baron.



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Complete credited cast:
Sandy Shaw (as Robert Wood)
Ignazio Spalla ...
Dollar (as Pedro Sanchez)
Malisa Longo ...
Franco Lantieri ...
Linda Sini ...
Massimo De Cecco ...
The Boy Johnny
Claudio Undari ...
Ferguson (as Robert Hundar)
Habbash ...
The Wolf-Dog
Bruno Arié ...
Visitor of the wedding ceremony
Calogero Caruana ...
(as Calgero Caruana)
Jean-Pierre Clarain
Guido Mariotti
Amedeo Timpani
Giovanni Ukmar


A dog sled driver and a drunk join forces to protect a girl and her farm from an evil land baron.

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Holy Yellow Tail Fat Man!!
18 March 2009 | by (Martinez, CA) – See all my reviews

Finally, a movie fit for a drunken Yukon tie salesman. Wahooo! The 'inebriated couple wallowing in the hay' scene caused me to sympathy-puke. I then began sobbing as I thought of just how nasty this movie turned out to be. The soundtrack features redundant noises such as the moo of just one cow dubbed and re-dubbed to suggest multiple cows fleeing a burning log cabin. Granted, this sorry flick was produced in 1975 but come on!?? Daniel's 'pusskins' fur-topped boots just don't seem to fit in with the rugged Alaskan (or Canadian) outback, but who's taking note? The close-up on little Johnny's face during an early mindless fight scene was an interesting study of pre-adolescent bicuspids. Mr. Director, why not study a single nostril while you are at it? OMG! The stunt of all movie stunts occurs in this film when David (who is dangling (1) meters above the ground by a damaged hemp rope) tells little Johnny to run and fetch some water to pour over the top rope. He then demands that the runt pack it with snow to quick-freeze the frays thus eliminating the dreaded suggestion of a tragic fall incident. Don't try this at home kiddies! The unintelligible babble between Ferguson and railroad developers doesn't offer a clue during this blizzardous plot. It's too bad Ferguson (who planted a mini-bomb in his model of the mountains next to Grizzly City) didn't blow up the entire cast and production crew.

The Buhdist monk who performed a Catholic wedding in falsetto Greek gibberish marked by a distinct Italian accent was hilarious! He looked sort of like a hooded Cheech from the movie, Up In Smoke. The surreal and wacky music during the fist fight that ensues was apropos for such a sleazy shtick.

Do yourself a favor, rent an old Godzilla movie instead of this horrid excuse of legitimate cinema.

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