An army payroll is robbed by Billy Gun. The Army hires Clive Norton to recover the money. To help him, Norton rescues from the gallows a man who especially despises Gun. El Chaleco - Billy ...
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An army payroll is robbed by Billy Gun. The Army hires Clive Norton to recover the money. To help him, Norton rescues from the gallows a man who especially despises Gun. El Chaleco - Billy Gun's brotherWritten by
TOM SELDON <firstname.lastname@example.org>
BURY THEM DEEP tells a familiar story and one that's chock-full of the usual spaghetti western ingredients: there are shoot-outs, show-downs, and hangings; bank robberies, bar brawls, and belles; characters dying in the desert and outwitting each other time and again. The film also has a kind of timeless charm to it which makes it an entertaining watch, even if it's not one of the best of its era.
Craig Hill's hero is one-dimensional and wooden, sure, but supporting actor Ettore Manni is better as a guy with a grudge. Giovanni Cianfriglia has fun in his bad guy role, but I can't help but think this robust actor was better suited to heroic roles (like his one in the SUPERARGO movies). Overall, BURY THEM DEEP is well shot by future exploitation king Joe D'Amato, and there's enough action here to satisfy any fan of macho masquerades.
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