The rich landowner, Nat Masters, is persecuting an Indian tribe to take possession of their woods. His daughter is in love with chief, Chata, a relationship which is opposed by both ... See full summary »
Ty Hardin stars as a Yankee soldier who seeks revenge on the six killers who murdered his wife & child and burned his home. He tracks down and kills each man one by one until he finds the leader of the gang.
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A gunman teams up with his long-lost brothers--a French hypnotist and a Japanese kung-fu expert--to fight a villain who is obsessed with Roman emperor Julius Caesar, to the point of having ... See full summary »
CRY OF DEATH is a somewhat low key and underrated spaghetti western of 1968. It was directed by Alfonso Brescia, a director hardly known for the quality of his work, but I found it one of his better productions: it has a brisk pace and lots of conflict and violence to see it through. The plot depicts a wide reaching war between dirt farmers and the lawless cattle men who strive against them, and it features Glenn Saxson as the usual lawman who comes to clean up the town. The shoot-outs in this film are well handled with some strong editing to see them through, and the best part for me was the presence of the great Gordon Mitchell in a really good, if small, role, playing the typical dressed-in-black gunfighter.
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