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Black Tigress (1967)

Lola Colt (original title)
Lola, a saloon dancer arrives in the town of Sant'Anna with some other dancers. The town is however terrorized by El Diablo an outlaw who wants to sell the surrounding land to the railroad ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Lola Gate
Pietro Martellanza ... Rod Strater (as Peter Martell)
... Larry Stern / El Diablo
Tom Felleghy ... Rodriguez, Rose's Father (as Tom Fellegay)
Evar Maran ... Pedro, the Priest (as Evaristo Maran)
... Rose Rodriguez
Dada Gallotti ... Virginia Blake
Marilena Possenti ... Helen, Lola's Friend
Giovanni Petrucci ... Saloon player (as John Petty)
Bernard Berat
Franco Daddi ... Paco, Larry's Right-hand Man (as Frank Daddy)
Alex Antonelli
Eva Inoka ... Lola's Friend
Carlo Davini ... (as Carlo Balini)
Attilio Corsini ... Slim
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Lola, a saloon dancer arrives in the town of Sant'Anna with some other dancers. The town is however terrorized by El Diablo an outlaw who wants to sell the surrounding land to the railroad company. Lola helps the colonists rebel together with Rod, a youth who has fallen in love with her. Written by Salvatore Santangelo <pappagone2@libero.it>

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Uno come te
Written by Pace e Panzeri
Performed by Lola Falana
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A really misguided spaghetti western
14 February 2013 | by See all my reviews

"Lola Colt" was made during the height of the spaghetti western craze in Italy, though it only got theatrically released in the United States nine years later, where it was marketed as a blaxploitation flick. I am sure that African Americans who went to see this movie were disappointed. To be sure, actress Lola Falana looks both pretty and comfortable in her surroundings. Also, there is refreshingly no reference to her race at any point in the movie (though this fact may make much of this movie hard to swallow to some in the audience.) However, Falana isn't given much to do for the most part. In fact, she more or less becomes a supporting character instead of a true lead character. She eventually straps on some guns for the climax, a climax that gives the movie some much needed action after being so talky and uneventful before then. And after the climax, the movie comes to a near halt again, and we have to wait a considerable amount of time before the movie finally comes to an end. Die hard fans of spaghetti westerns might find a little interest in this movie both for its unusual set-up and how it pretty much completely botches this set-up. For others, well, there are a lot better spaghetti westerns out there.


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