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They Still Call Me Amen (1973)

Oremus, Alleluia e Così Sia (original title)
Chaco and his band of downtrodden men meet Così Sia (Amen), who always seems to get the better of them. He takes on the men with a plan to break into a Bank, not really for the money, but ... See full summary »

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Cosi' Sia / Amen
Alfio Caltabiano ...
Reverend Smith (as Alf Thunder)
Katia Christine ...
Clementine
Tano Cimarosa ...
Chaco
Míla Beran ...
Grandpa
Renato Cestiè ...
John
Flavio Colombaioni ...
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Furio Meniconi
Roberto Dell'Acqua
Dante Maggio
Andrea Scotti
Luigi Antonio Guerra
Lorenzo Piani
Claudio Ruffini
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Chaco and his band of downtrodden men meet Così Sia (Amen), who always seems to get the better of them. He takes on the men with a plan to break into a Bank, not really for the money, but to get revenge on Rev.Smith with whom he has a bone to pick.

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24 December 1973 (Italy)  »

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Comedic spaghetti western goes way over the top
17 May 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

THEY STILL CALL ME AMEN is a scattershot comedy spaghetti western, with a star role for Luc Merenda who isn't best suited to the material. But then I'm not sure that anyone could be, because this is a film that makes the Terence Hill/Bud Spencer comedies look highbrow. The film sees Merenda's gunslinger going after a corrupt reverend with whom he has a personal grudge, but the whole thing seems to be an excuse for irritating adventures including a kid, comedic shoot-outs, and the kind of mass brawls that Hill and Spencer were known for. This features cheesy dubbing, silly sound effects, and a ton of lowbrow comedy involving lusting after women and bad guys getting tortured and violently tormented. It's like a live action cartoon, but it's far too much for your average viewer to take.


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