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Un hombre vino a matar (1967)

Falsely convicted for robbing an army treasury Tony Garrett manages to escape and looks for the real culprits to take revenge.

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... Anthony Garnett / Rattler Kid
... Alex Turner
... Sheriff Bill Manners
Aurora de Alba ... Inés
Guglielmo Spoletini ... Riff (as Guillermo Spoletini)
... Vic
... Jeff
... Helen (as Feny Benussi)
Conny Caracciolo ... Jill Scott
Miguel del Castillo ... Sam Scott (as Miguel S. del Castillo)
... Prosecutor
... Tom (as Francisco Braña)
Simón Arriaga ... Jim
... Martin Anderson (as José Ma. Caffarel)
Ángel Menéndez
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Falsely convicted for robbing an army treasury Tony Garrett manages to escape and looks for the real culprits to take revenge.

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11 September 1967 (Italy)  »

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Rattler Kid  »

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It's good, not great, but good
5 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

You might want to drop that grade a wee bit as I'm pre-disposed to like just about every Western Al'Italia I get my hands on (except that one Alfonso Breschia made...can't remember the title), so I liked this one too. Same plot, same scenarios, but made well enough and enjoyable enough.

A yankee soldier gets framed for murdering his superior, stealing a safe from him, then knocking himself out. The dumbest court in the world then decides to hang him, but of course he escapes and tracks down the guys who framed him.

I was getting worried as he'd killed about three of these guys in ten minutes and thought things were going to get boring, but instead they got...what's the word that describes loads of Latin actors laughing for ages and stuff? Who cares if one of them is Frank Brana! Maybe think of this one as a generic, but well made Spaghetti Western. So if you like Spaghetti Westerns, you'll like this one.


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