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Honey Fisher has become a powerful man in this small Western town that has grown up around gold-prospecting fields. Fisher and his gang have managed, through swindling, murder, and terror, to gain leases on the important gold-yielding land in the area. A state commissioner comes to town to review the leases, which are crucial to Fisher's power. Cat Stevens and Hutch Bessy join forces with circus performers and townsfolk led by Stevens' friend Finch to fight against Fisher and his henchmen.Written by
English language version has the on screen title of 'Boots Hill' despite that not being the intended title. It was also submitted and classified to the BBFC in the UK under this title in 1987 for video release, but has since been classified under it's true title. See more »
And now ladies and gentleman our most publicized attraction: The Flying Men.
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Opening credits: Together once again Terence Hill Bud Spencer two likeable rogues in La Collina Degli Stivali. See more »
There are 2 versions of the English language dub. One has the incorrect onscreen title of 'Boots Hill', and has the end credits playing over a black background after fading out as Cat and Hutch ride away. The other has the onscreen title corrected and has the credits over a freeze frame of Cat and Hutch riding away on horseback. See more »
I could only find this film in a terrible full screen version that looks like its permanently raining all the way through the film, so let's not allow that to cloud our judgment of the film. Let the comedy and meandering storyline do that instead.
That was harsh, but this as far as I know is the beginning of a trend involving Italian Westerns becoming sillier, less violent and more slapstick. Boot Hill is still a sixties Western too, so there's still plenty of gunplay and violence in amongst the bar fights and cheeseball antics.
Terence Hill is pursued and wounded by some undesirable types and ends up hiding out in a circus wagon. Followed by these bad guys, he's forced to retaliate with the help of trapeze artist Woody Strode. Once mended, he heads off for wherever just before Romano Puppo turns up and kills Woody's partner Joe, maybe for just being black. Woody's livid and out for blood, but he needs bait and Terence isn't too far away
there's also Bud Spencer as Hill's mate, George Eastman playing a ginger mute called Baby Doll (?), and others (waves disinterested hand). Basically a bunch of jerk businessman are stealing land off the miners and .etc. Gunfights. Bar brawls. Bud Spencer being grumpy. Trapeze stuff. Political imagery. I dunno. The usual. It was okay.
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