Tired of his past and reputation, gunfighter seeks peace in a small town disguised as a preacher.

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Mark Anthony ...
Boy
Burt Berger ...
Preacher
Bill Black ...
Smiley's Partner
Mark Farrington ...
Priest
Everett King ...
Smiley
Jo Anne Meredith ...
Melody Trent
Ray Odum ...
Gambler
Bob Pollard ...
Old Man
Mark Sanchez ...
Boy
John Scovern ...
Rafe
Stirling Welker ...
Sloan
Allen Wood ...
Wells Fargo Agent
Danny Zapien ...
Ignacio
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Tired of his past and reputation, gunfighter seeks peace in a small town disguised as a preacher.

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"Kill the Preacher," they cried! Hunted by man...haunted by woman...he satisfied their hunger for violence!

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3 November 1976 (West Germany)  »

Also Known As:

Friede für einen Revolverhelden  »

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2.35 : 1
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Peace for a Gunfighter
Written by Dolan Ellis
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By-the-numbers western
4 May 2005 | by (Ringside) – See all my reviews

Boy, this is right out of the B-Western handbook. There's singing narration ("He prays for the day/ He can put that gun away/ And stop -- this -- foooooolish game"), a funny sidekick (well, a sidekick, anyways), a mysterious hero, etc. The initial shootout contains highly original lines, such as: "There ain't room in this town for the two of us -- now draw!" Also, the Preacher (hero) is a master of deductive reasoning. Here is an example, (lines to the best of my recollection):

Preacher (after shooting a couple of guys): Do you know these men?

Sidekick: Nope, but I think I've seen one of them in town.

Preacher: That narrows it down then. It means we're looking for somebody from town.

The rest of the movie is pretty close to this. I must admit -- I used to have a "bad movie" radio spot where I recommended fun bad movies, and once I was at deadline without cutting my spot and without a movie to pull lines from. And presto -- this movie appeared on local TV, and I've never heard from it since. Good luck finding it -- it's bad! Also, I've got a copy of the movie poster that looks like it was drawn by a seven-year-old. Hilarious!


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