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A Noose Is Waiting for You Trinity (1972)

Il ritorno di Clint il solitario (original title)
Trinity is an ex-gunslinger desperately wanting to be forgiven and accepted by his family that he abandoned years earlier. Unfortunately for him, a ruthless bounty hunter is on his trail. ... See full summary »

Director:

Alfonso Balcázar (as George Martin)

Writers:

Alfonso Balcázar (story), Giovanni Simonelli (screenplay) (as G. Simonelli) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
George Martin George Martin ... Clint Murrayson
Marina Malfatti ... Norma Murrayson
Klaus Kinski ... Scott
Daniel Martín ... Slim
Augusto Pescarini Augusto Pescarini ... Ross (as Augusto Pesarini)
Francisco José Huetos Francisco José Huetos ... Jimmy Murrayson (as Francisco Jose Huetos)
Susanna Atkinson Susanna Atkinson ... Betty Murrayson (as Billy)
Willi Colombini Willi Colombini ... Brandon
Luis Ponciado Luis Ponciado
Gaspar 'Indio' González Gaspar 'Indio' González ... Sheriff Culver (as Indio Gonzales)
Manuel Muñiz Manuel Muñiz ... Telegrapher (as Pajarito)
Manuel Sas Manuel Sas ... Bill McKinley
Ricardo Moyán Ricardo Moyán ... Don, Slim Henchman (as Ricardo Moyan)
Manuel Bronchud Manuel Bronchud ... Craig, Bank Warden
Gustavo Re ... Blinky - bartender
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Trinity is an ex-gunslinger desperately wanting to be forgiven and accepted by his family that he abandoned years earlier. Unfortunately for him, a ruthless bounty hunter is on his trail. The bounty hunter tracks Trinity down and forces him to return to his violent ways in order to protect himself and his family. Written by Anonymous

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Western

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Country:

Spain | Italy

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

14 December 1972 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

A Noose Is Waiting for You Trinity See more »

Filming Locations:

Elios Film, Rome, Lazio, Italy See more »

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Mono (Westrex Sound System)

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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The start of the film shows a man looking into a house from outside the window, there are net-curtains on the inside that we view through. The camera angle switches to the inside of the house looking out the window at the man who is looking in, and the curtains are gone. See more »

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Follows Clint the Stranger (1967) See more »

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mediocre italo-western with a typical american family-western storyline
22 February 2004 | by bloodshed666See all my reviews

This is the sequel to "Clint el solitario" (1967), again with George Martin and done by director Alfonso Balcázar (who also uses the synonym "George Martin" sometimes).

It's a mediocre italo-western with a typical american family-western storyline: Clint who killed the murderer of his brother in the first movie and therefore was imprisoned escapes from there and wants to get back to his family. His wife and the 2 children had to flee from their home and live on a farm in Texas now. She accepts Clint as a helping hand on the farm just if he lays down his weapons and swears off violence. But soon unscrupulous gangsters want to force them to sell their land and farm. And a headhunter is coming for Clint. So, here it goes...

If you don't like children as important characters of a movie because it often makes them childish, stay away. The acting is second stage professional, nothing special, everything mediocre... But this is more the american style of western, mainly because of the storyline. I can't stand heroes of a Western who don't have a gun on their belly all the time (better: out of their belly). And here you have this family- and farm-crap most of the time. And the wife demanding "No Violence! - or you cannot stay!" - Phhaaa!

Of course it's a trashy italo-version of it with a cheap and dirty setting, really evil and disgusting baddies, some bloody senseless killing and some good punch-fights. And there are some cool blood-red flashbacks to the first part. AND - YOU - HAVE: KLAUS KINSKI - of course he is great, the 100% uncaring headhunter, an invidious mien, but always above everything, long blond hair, smoking cigar permanently - cool as always! In this movie his character has quite a leading role. And I bought this DVD - which was released as "Ein Einsamer kehrt zurück" in Germany - because I love Italo-Western and Klaus Kinski. So it was o.k.! The atmosphere as you could expect it from an Italo-Western is nothing special, most of what you can describe as atmosphere is done by Klaus Kinski. Everything's mediocre - except Klaus Kinski of course!

I was wondering no one commented this movie as it has Klaus Kinski in a leading role and Ennio Morricone did the music.


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