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Fuzzy the Hero (1973)

Uno, dos, tres... dispara otra vez (original title)
Tequila and Bobo hit the little town of Chedron intending to rob the local bank whose owner, De Koven, is trying to freeze out all the ranchers in the area by the simple expedient of ... See full summary »


Tulio Demicheli


Miguel Iglesias (story), Enrique Josa (story) | 3 more credits »


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Credited cast:
Anthony Steffen ... Shoshena
Eduardo Fajardo ... Cogan
Roberto Camardiel ... Fuzzy
Ágata Lys ... Ingrid Cogan
María Elena Arpón María Elena Arpón ... Beatrice Rush
Mirko Ellis Mirko Ellis
John Bartha John Bartha ... Sheriff
Juan Amigo Juan Amigo
José Luis Lizalde José Luis Lizalde ... Rush (as José Luis Zalde)
José Luis Chinchilla José Luis Chinchilla
Mario Sanz Mario Sanz
Joaquín Solís Joaquín Solís
Giovanni Petrucci Giovanni Petrucci ... (as Giovanni Petti)
Juana Jiménez Juana Jiménez ... (as Juanita Jiménez)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Agustín Bescos Agustín Bescos


Tequila and Bobo hit the little town of Chedron intending to rob the local bank whose owner, De Koven, is trying to freeze out all the ranchers in the area by the simple expedient of foreclosing on the mortgages his bank holds on their land.

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Comedy | Western


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Italy | Spain



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25 May 1973 (Italy) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Mediocre but fun Paella/Spaghetti Western co-produced by Spain/Italy and starred by three ordinary stars : Steffen , Camardiel and Fajardo
18 August 2016 | by ma-cortesSee all my reviews

This is an entertaining as well as hilarious Chorizo Western that packs stirring adventures , shootouts , brawls , chases , vengeance , treason and being pretty amusing . Tortilla/Ravioli Western starred by regular actors and a plethora of familiar faces in the support cast . It deals with a duo of roguish robbers called Shoshena (Anthony Steffen) and Jaguar or Fuzzy (Roberto Camardiel who bears the comical relief) who carry out a bank robbing . Meanwhile , a powerful land baron called Coogan (Eduardo Fajardo) , supported by a corrupt sheriff (John Bartha) , buys mortgages to ruin the poor farmers . After that , Shoshena and Jaguar save a beautiful girl (Maria Elena Arpón) and her father from some nasty hoodlums . Later on , the farmers going to bankrupt have abundant debt to the ominous owner execute a rebellion against the ominous tyrant and his henchmen . Soon after , there appear the five feared Sansom Brothers and Shoshena and Jaguar are hired by Coogan to protect him . But both of whom doublé-cross him and they rob the cash from his safe deposit box .

This forgotten S.W. packs thrills , action , humor , lots of shots and gunplay . Tortilla/Spaghetti Western realized in traditional as well as comic style , including entertainment and amusement . A so-so co-production filmed in Spain , full of familiar faces , assaults , robbing , exaggerated characters , gun-down , loads of action and fights . All in all , this film is predominantly a Spanish film rather than an Italian one . It's a two country co-production but is clearly dominated by the Spanish contingent and the traditional leanings of the Italian producers of the time have their stamp on the entire proceedings . The Spanish westerns of this era were far more likely to try and emulate their American source material than cultivate a distinctive style of their own the way the Italians were doing but their product , though this "Tequila" also titled ¨Fuzzy the hero¨ has penchant for hilarious happenings , as if you like comical westerns remains lightly watchable . There is plenty of action and humor with tongue firmly in cheek , guaranteeing shoot'em up , riding pursuits , fighting or stunts every few minutes . It's an exciting SW with breathtaking showdown between the protagonists Steffen/Camardiel and the enemy led by Eduardo Fajardo and his hoodlums , including a thrilling ending when happens shootouts , surprises and double-crosses . Worthwhile watching for a demonstration of the sympathy and enjoyable relationship between the main characters : Anthony Steffen and Roberto Camardiel ; both of them would go on to play similar roles . The picture is well starred by Anthony Steffen-Antonio De Teffe- , he plays his typical role , here called Shoshena ; Steffen began playing secondary roles into typical examples of popular Italian films of the late 50s as sword and sandal epics , comedies, adventures and was with spaghetti westerns that renamed achieved worldwide stardom . His acting is often accused of being wooden , but in many manners is ideally suited to playing the steely-faced gunslinger synonymous with the genre . His others successes include well liked features as ¨Seven Dollars to Kill¨ , ¨The last Mohican¨, ¨Train for Durango¨, ¨Gentleman Jo¨ , ¨Four dollars for Django¨, ¨Shango¨, ¨Arizona colt¨, ¨Apocalypse Joe¨ and several others . However , Roberto Camardiel steals the spectacle as a likable , rogue bandit , being magnificently interpreted by this veteran Spanish secondary actor . In addition , there appears usual secondaries of Spanish/Italian Western , including customary actors such as : Maria Elena Arpón , John Bartha , Mirko Ellis , Juan Amigo , Fabián Conde , and the sex-symbol Agata Lys as Coogan's sex-hungry wife . There are many fine technicians and nice assistant direction and excellent production design by two prestigious designers : José Luis Galicia and Jaime Pérez Cubero ; both of whom create a magnificent scenario on the villages , ranch , and barren outdoors , rocky mountains , dirty landscapes under a glimmer sun and fine sets filmed in Manzanares Del Real , Colmenar Viejo and La Pedriza , Madrid . Evocative cinematography by Guglielmo Mancori , showing marvelously the habitual Manzanares Del Real and Pedriza outdoors , but no Almeria . The musician Coriolano Gori composes a vivid Spaghetti soundtrack and well conducted , including a jolly leitmotif ; it's full of fun sounds and lively as well as comical score . Definitely a worthy topic but, well done correctly interpreted and euro-western of the final period which, although far from the postulates Leonianos .

The Argentinian , nationalized Spanish writer/filmmaker Tulio Demicheli directed this funny Western ; so he consistently mixed the good with the mediocre that it became quite impossible to know what to expect from him next . He directed Gazpacho Western as ¨Tequila¨, ¨Arriba Sabata¨ and ¨Man and a colt ¨ . Demicheli had a long , prolific career , working from the 40s , he directed all kind of genres as drama as ¨Herida Luminosa¨ , Thriller as ¨Ricco¨ , adventures as ¨Son of Captain Blood¨, ¨First adventure¨ , Spy sub-genre as ¨¨Il Nostro Agente a Casablanca¨, ¨Dirty game in Panama¨ , ¨Misión Lisboa¨ , Giallo as ¨Coartada en Disco Rojo or Two faces or fear¨ , Horror as ¨Monstruos De Terror or Assignment Terror" , among others .

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