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Title: El Condor (1970)
Post by: cigar joe on October 23, 2006, 06:16:06 PM
on Amazon vhs but only $5 a piece, not bad, reviews to follow.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: The Firecracker on October 23, 2006, 07:04:29 PM
Watched "El condor" up until they reach the fort that will be eventually be robbed (I would imagine).

haven't gotten around to finishing it. It ain't bad. I like LVC as a comic character.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: cigar joe on October 23, 2006, 08:39:46 PM
I saw it 36 years ago on Times Square NYC, I'll see how my memory of it holds up  8)


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Banjo on October 24, 2006, 08:07:06 AM
Its OK but doesn't really stand up to repeated viewings
Not the sort of LVC character that i can warm to. :-\


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: cigar joe on October 24, 2006, 09:32:10 PM
Saw this 36 years ago on Times Square in NYC. Got a tollerably Good VHS of it on Amazon.com for about $5.

It was directed by John Guillermin, and stars Lee Van Cleef, Jim Brown, Patrick O'Neal, Marianna Hill, Iron Eyes Cody, Elisha Cook Jr., and Dan Van Husen. It was made around the Blaxplotation Era, its not great but its not bad as far as an action fick goes. The score by Jaffe is nothing to get worked up about,

Its supposed to take place at the end Maxamilian's Mexico reign (1867) , but all the Colts are vintage 1873 Peacemakers, so any historical reality is lost at the git go.

Its highlight for me (and the reason for any Lee Van Cleef fan to get this film) is Van Cleef's turn as a character named Jaroo.

Jaroo is as far from Van Cleef's Mortimer as you can probably go. Here he plays a somewhat shallow, alcoholic, happy go lucky Indian Trader, an Apachero so to speak, who has lived on and off with the Apaches. He's a dusty, scrawny looking saddle bum, his trademark hawk like face in this film is transformed more into a beady-eyed weasel. He wears a two bearclaw necklace around his neck and a small poke that holds two gold nuggets. We first meet him as he guzzeling down some whiskey in a bar.

But this is more a vehicle for Brown, and we meet him first at a prison camp, he plays a character named Luke & he is shackled to Elisa Cook Jr. Cook tells him about El Condor fort sort of the Ft. Knox of Mexico. Luke is summond to the commandants office and offered a pardon if he would join up with General Sherman. But he escapes and heads for the gold of El Condor.

Luke teams up with Jaroo since Jaroo can get Apache Chief Santana and an army of Apache Warriors to attack the fort for plunder rather than the gold and then Luke & Jaroo can split the Mexican Treasury.

Patrick O'Neal is the Mexican General in command of El Condor and knockout Marianna Hill his mistress. O'Neal is ok in the role and Hill does a full frontal striptease at a crucial plot point, wow. She's got quite the uhhh... , rack  ;D, and all of us Clint fans will recognise her from her role of town tramp Calle Travers from High Plains Drifter.

Now I know why we never see this film on TV, lots of bare flesh throughout.

There is a great sequence in a Mexican town where Jaroo has a scene with a small Mexican boy that is pretty touching. Later there is another good sequence when Jaroo gets "gold fever".

Shot in Almeria. Just treat this more as mindless entertainment, with a very good performance by Van Cleef. It could have been way better than it is but it was made to just cash in on the SW craze.

Its better than I remembered.



Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Banjo on October 25, 2006, 05:34:46 AM
Its highlight for me (and the reason for any Lee Van Cleef fan to get this film) is Van Cleef's turn as a character named Jaroo.
Well not a highlight for me but still the only reason i've kept this on video tape though the storyline ain't bad at all.I like the way both LVC and Jim Brown dupe everyone into believing its not just them two who are holding the fort, together with its loot ;)


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: cigar joe on October 27, 2006, 05:23:56 AM
Van cleef as Jaroo:

(http://img182.imageshack.us/img182/1996/leevancleef1wu0.jpg)

and with "gold fever":

(http://img100.imageshack.us/img100/5200/elcondor1rb4.jpg)

 


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: The Firecracker on October 28, 2006, 09:27:08 PM
SPOILERS








Just finished watching this and boy am I angry. Why did LVC have to die? What nonsense. If your gonna have such a downer ending to an otherwise light hearted movie then kill BOTH heroes off please >:(


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: The Firecracker on October 29, 2006, 01:30:14 AM
Expanding on my thoughts from earlier...


I liked it. In fact it's probably the best LVC and Jim Brown vehicle out there (their are three. "Kid Vengeance", "Take a hard ride" and this film).
Some idiot imdb reviewer said there were too many plot holes, i didn't even catch one.
But I wouldn't worry about it too much though, this same reviewer called this one of the worst films he has ever seen ::)

I agree with Joe on LVC's performance. He's great as the comical Jaroo. He really shows his range here. In fact the film potrays him as a more likable character then it does the Jim Brown character, which makes the ending all the more frustrating >:(.

I was surprised to see the large amounts of nudity (everything is shown! Even female genetelia!) and sometimes brutal violence in a PG rated film. Yes PG-13 didn't exist at the time but this easily earns an R. Jaroo's constant cursing doesn't help the child friendly rating either.

They put money into this pic. One scene has a large amount of extras getting gun downed in a large raid inside a castle like fortress. Lot's of pyrotechnics and such as well.

There is much to catch here, not just LVC's fun performance.

I still prefer LVC's other American "spaghetti esq" western better (Barquero).


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: cigar joe on October 29, 2006, 03:44:54 AM
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I still prefer LVC's other American "spaghetti esq" western better (Barquero).


I like Barquero better too, but LVC is not given enough to do in that film sadly, he seems more of a gruff stand-offish character who is neither colorful or very interesting.

Looks like he had a lot of fun portraying Jaroo in El Condor.

The VHS tape box that I got of El Condor has an "R" rating on it and also a green band around the top with "Adult Action" printed on it.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Banjo on October 29, 2006, 06:12:26 AM
Why did LVC have to die?
I have the same probem with Day Of Anger :(
Like yourself and CJ i prefer Barquero too.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: The Firecracker on October 29, 2006, 10:13:26 AM
I have the same probem with Day Of Anger :(


Yeah but it's too be expected in "Day Of Anger". He's a nasty guy there.

Here the only time he stepped out of line was when he kills Santana.

I think we can all agree that Jaroo is much more likable then Luke who just kinda has no real personality of his own (an arguement can be made that Jaroo is also the more sympathetic of the two).


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: cigar joe on October 29, 2006, 11:14:49 AM
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Here the only time he stepped out of line was when he kills Santana.

And then he was under the influence of greed & "gold fever".


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: The Firecracker on October 29, 2006, 12:36:43 PM
And then he was under the influence of greed & "gold fever".


I wouldn't say that.

He was only defending himself from Santana who drew his blade first.

He knew the Apache's would kill both him and Luke when they found out that they were duped.

LVC never really comes off as a greedy man. Remember he was more than content with the small bundle of gold General Chavez gives him (so what if it was all led, Jaroo didn't know). Luke is the one who wants the whole kitten kaboodle.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: cigar joe on October 29, 2006, 05:07:10 PM
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LVC never really comes off as a greedy man. Remember he was more than content with the small bundle of gold General Chavez gives him (so what if it was all led, Jaroo didn't know). Luke is the one who wants the whole kitten kaboodle.

Yea that's true.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Tim on February 04, 2007, 12:58:48 PM
  I bought this last week at a local video store for $1.99 so I figured even if I hated it, it was cheap.  It's by no means a great western, but it kept me entertained throughout.  LVC is great as Jaroo.  It was great to see him play against type (think Col. Mortimer or Angel Eyes) as the grizzled old gold prospector who carries this movie.  I'm a big fan of Jim Brown, but this isn't his best part.

  The nudity, or at least the amount of nudity, caught me off-guard.  No complaints of course   ;).  The action scenes were very well done, especially the assault on El Condor.  The actual fort set may be the best thing about the movie.  What a cool set!  Looking at imdb, it says that it is the same fort used in A Reason to Live, a Reason to Die, so I'll have to look into that one too.

  Back to El Condor though, it's worth a watch mostly for the action and LVC as Jaroo.  A $1.99 well spent.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Arizona Colt on June 11, 2008, 09:29:17 PM
EL CONDOR 1970

Jim Brown (Luke), Lee Van Cleef (Jaroo), Patrick O'Neal (General Chavez), Mariana Hill (Claudine), Iron Eyes Cody (Santana), Imogen Hassall (Dolores), Elisha Cook (Old Convict)

After learning of a fortune in gold held within a Mexican stronghold called El Condor, Luke, a convict serving sentence in prison escapes in a bid to get his hands on the treasure. Enlisting the help of a loutish bandit, the duo seek the assistance of an Apache tribe in order to complete the mission but nothing is mentioned to the Indians about the gold. Instead they are promised guns and horses with the real intention being kept a secret. Once the operation is completed, a cruel twist of fate is revealed culminating in a final stand off between friends and enemies.

I copied this off the Western Channel this evening and it's an enjoyable big budget western from Warner Brothers. Guillermin shows a sure hand in the many huge battle scenes and this possibly aided in his being chosen in the long derided first remake of KING KONG (1976). The final assault on the fortress is rousingly abetted by a suitably Spanish oriented score by Maurice Jarre. There's nothing overly special about this film nor anything that hasn't been seen before in countless Italian westerns save for the expanse of the action sequences found in the film. EL CONDOR (1970) would appear to have had an influence on Tonino Vallerii's A REASON TO LIVE, A REASON TO DIE (1972), a likewise ambitious but boring western and not near as much fun as EL CONDOR (1970).

Jim Brown has long been a favorite actor of mine in not only his big Hollywood films, but also his blaxploitation outings. In my opinion, he was far more versatile and charismatic than the seemingly more popular Fred Williamson. Here, Brown doesn't really stray far from the typical cardboard hero found in dozens of similar films but the film doesn't try to be anything more than a bombastic popcorn action film replete with violence, explosions and surprisingly abundant nudity.

The amount of nudity is staggering for a big studio production from 1970 not to mention most of it is full frontal. One particularly violent scene has Brown and Van Cleef massacre a number of Federales who are enjoying a night with beautiful senorita's who have no problem baring all for the camera. There's even a rather surprising amount of male nudity here as well as a brief shot of male frontal nudity. The lover of General Chavez, Claudine, even strips off all of her clothes in a bid to distract the Federales to enable Luke, Jaroo and the Apaches to break into the fort. The actress Mariana Hill bares all for a good amount of screen time here. she can also be seen in the 1967 Season 2 episode of the classic "James Bond in the Old West" television show, THE WILD, WILD WEST playing the assistant to the diminutive and maniacal Dr. Miguelito Loveless.

Lee Van Cleef plays a decidedly different role than he normally plays. His role is less serious (although he turns dead serious towards the end) here not unlike his role in BAD MAN'S RIVER (1971) only this time Van Cleef is reminiscent of the typical Mexican bandito roles predominantly found in scores of Euro westerns. He's dirty, uncouth and crude although he does show a sign of humanity in a scene with a young Mexican boy. Van Cleef gets to show off a side of his acting persona the likes of which he normally didn't get to unveil in these films. It's a pleasant change of pace from his typical grizzled bounty killer role and an uncharacteristically over the top performance.

Not a classic, but definitely lots of fun mixing big budget action with equal dollops of boobs and blood and an interesting double act by action stars Jim Brown and Lee Van Cleef.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: cigar joe on June 12, 2008, 04:49:47 AM
I pretty much agree with your review, I saw it on the big screen on Times Square back in 1970, and Marianna Hill's striptease was quite riveting, lol, O0.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Arizona Colt on June 12, 2008, 12:50:59 PM
There was a thread for this already but I pretty much agree with your review, I saw it on the big screen on Times Square back in 1970, and Marianna Hill's striptease was quite riveting, lol, O0.

There was another completely naked Spanish girl in the film during the part where Van Cleef and BRown kill the soldiers. That girl was even more stacked and toned than Mariana Hill. O0


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Ben Tyreen on June 12, 2008, 02:41:22 PM
 I bought this at a clearance VHS sale, that was surprisingly good condition, and liked it.  Like AC said, not a classic, but entertaining and well-done which is more than you can say for a lot of the AW and SW second-tier movies.  Jim Brown and LVC are a good team together, the fort set is very cool, and the ending caught me off-guard. :)


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Arizona Colt on June 13, 2008, 10:10:40 AM
Not sure why FC doesn't think Jaroo was overtaken by greed when it's very evident this is the case especially when he accepts the terms from Luke and his behavior upon seeing the hidden "gold" and his reaction upon learning the truth about it. Neither character was very likable and Jaroo bluntly admits to taking advantage of the Apache's for what he can get out of them. Only the scene with the little Mexican boy does he show any sort of non-shallow character traits. The way the film plays out, it would seem both Luke and Jaroo are just as villainous, if not more so than the Federales occupying the fort since they only want the gold for comforts and materialistic means while Chavez wants the gold to take back his country. Either way, the downer ending is no more jarring than the fairly strong violence sprinkled throughout the picture. Obviously a nod to other violent westerns in the wake of THE WILD BUNCH and the highly controversial SOLDIER BLUE among them, the exploitation elements don't really gel well with the rest of the film but you just go with it as the film isn't out for anything more than entertainment value. Judging by the pic quality on the Encore Western airing, this film has been remastered.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: mike siegel on June 13, 2008, 11:42:12 AM
I'm just selling my 35mm print at  Ebay.de


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Arizona Colt on June 13, 2008, 12:43:13 PM
That gorgeous actress I mentioned was Imogen Hassall as Delores. I thought she looked familiar. I saw her in the Hammer film WHEN DINOSAURS RULED THE EARTH (1970) years back. Here's some pics of her...

http://www.celebrity8x10s.com/imogen_hassall.html


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: The Firecracker on June 13, 2008, 03:43:34 PM
Not sure why FC doesn't think Jaroo was overtaken by greed


I meant that Luke was much more greedy than Jaroo.

Jaroo was more than happy to take a small percentage of the gold while Luke wanted the entire litter.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: The Firecracker on June 13, 2008, 03:47:27 PM
That gorgeous actress I mentioned was Imogen Hassall as Delores. I thought she looked familiar. I saw her in the Hammer film WHEN DINOSAURS RULED THE EARTH (1970) years back. Here's some pics of her...

http://www.celebrity8x10s.com/imogen_hassall.html


Here is her short bio on wiki
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imogen_Hassall

she commited suicide it seems :(

I am floored to learn that she is english.
I could have sworn she was from Spain.
(http://cache.viewimages.com/xc/3268681.jpg?v=1&c=ViewImages&k=2&d=10276273D480F6D8D1A84123275DBEF9A55A1E4F32AD3138)




Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Arizona Colt on June 13, 2008, 03:49:23 PM

I meant that Luke was much more greedy than Jaroo.

Jaroo was more than happy to take a small percentage of the gold while Luke wanted the entire litter.

Yeah, true, but Jaroo was so overcome by the anticipation of obtaining a large sum of gold that by the time he learns what the gold truly is, he is ready to kill Luke for it and his actions leading up to his realization show a man not in complete control of his faculties unlike the calm, cool and collected Luke.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Arizona Colt on June 13, 2008, 03:52:56 PM

Here is her short bio on wiki
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imogen_Hassall

she commited suicide it seems :(

I am floored to learn that she is english.
I could have sworn she was from Spain.


Yes, she died in 1980 I think. There's a book on her from Midnight Media/Midnight Marquee. I bought a number of books from them in the past such as an autographed Chris Lee and Paul Naschy books and a fine Peter Cushing autobio as well as some other things. They used to have Fanex cons every year in Baltimore many of them importing Hammer stars for Q & A sessions and autograph signings.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: moviesceleton on June 15, 2008, 02:04:11 PM
I'm just selling my 35mm print at  Ebay.de

Sorry to interrupt this discussion as a complete outsider (I haven't seen the movie), but, mike, may I ask why? And out of curiosity, what else movies do you have on 35mm?


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: mike siegel on June 16, 2008, 04:27:46 PM
Sorry to interrupt this discussion as a complete outsider (I haven't seen the movie), but, mike, may I ask why? And out of curiosity, what else movies do you have on 35mm?

a.) because my mother died and I need cash since there are no other relatives to pay for the bills.
I sold THE IMPORTANT THING IS TO LOVE (Zulawsky, K.Kinski), L'UOMO, L'ORGOGLIO (FRANCO NERO, KLAUS KINSKI)  and  EL CONDOR yesterday. Next week THE SHINING (gorgeous print), ZOMBI 2 (Fulci) & WARHOL's DRACULA. Of all these films EL CONDOR is the least :).
 

b.) I'll keep my favorite prints. Like EASY RIDER, BULLITT, IL MERCENARIO (yes), IL GRANDE SILENZIO (yeah),
three PECKINPAH's, SON OF HITLER, WAY OF THE DRAGON. And my 100 trailers, they're too cool to sell. Leone, 007, Polanski, McQueen, Wayne, Lee, Sci-Fi. mainly 1960-1980.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: moviesceleton on June 17, 2008, 05:51:43 AM
a.) because my mother died and I need cash since there are no other relatives to pay for the bills.
I sold THE IMPORTANT THING IS TO LOVE (Zulawsky, K.Kinski), L'UOMO, L'ORGOGLIO (FRANCO NERO, KLAUS KINSKI)  and  EL CONDOR yesterday. Next week THE SHINING (gorgeous print), ZOMBI 2 (Fulci) & WARHOL's DRACULA. Of all these films EL CONDOR is the least :).
 

b.) I'll keep my favorite prints. Like EASY RIDER, BULLITT, IL MERCENARIO (yes), IL GRANDE SILENZIO (yeah),
three PECKINPAH's, SON OF HITLER, WAY OF THE DRAGON. And my 100 trailers, they're too cool to sell. Leone, 007, Polanski, McQueen, Wayne, Lee, Sci-Fi. mainly 1960-1980.
I'm sorry about your mom.

God damn that Shining print looks tempting! But the price is what it is, even though I know it's not that much if you consider it's an 35mm print... Do I have to live in Germany to able to bid? I'll have to do some budgeting... And BTW, is it in English or German?


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: The Firecracker on June 17, 2008, 11:02:17 PM
Mike, please send a link to the bid to my personal messages.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Arizona Colt on June 19, 2008, 11:20:50 AM
Not sure about other ebay outfits, although I assume the rules would apply anywhere else, but selling 35mm prints is illegal...

http://pages.ebay.com/help/policies/intellectual-property-ov.html

Such things apparently aren't enforced though as many celebrity photos, autographed and otherwise are plentiful on ebay.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Ben Tyreen on June 22, 2008, 10:37:08 AM
  El Condor was on Encore Westerns last night if anybody has the channel and wants to see it.  For a pan-n-scan version, it looked pretty good. :)


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: mike siegel on June 25, 2008, 03:51:05 AM
It was shot full frame (1,33:1)


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: The Firecracker on August 02, 2008, 12:48:14 PM
This was on last night on Encore Westerns.
Stayed up long enough for the mexican pueblo raid with all the pretty women nude.
The print looked great! Did anybody have the chance to tape it?


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Arizona Colt on August 02, 2008, 12:49:36 PM
This was on last night on Encore Westerns.
Stayed up long enough for the mexican pueblo raid with all the pretty women nude.
The print looked great! Did anybody have the chance to tape it?

I told you earlier in this thread that I'd made a DVD-R of it. :D


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: The Firecracker on August 02, 2008, 12:55:03 PM
I told you earlier in this thread that I'd made a DVD-R of it. :D

Ker PA PA!
Well it's playing all this month on encore westerns so people should give it a try.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Jill on August 03, 2008, 12:08:24 PM
I want this :D Lee dies? Love it.

He should've died in many other movies... he was shot two times in TBG and also wounded in The Grand Duel. And maybe, he could've died in DRAH, to wash his sins off.
But he lived :D


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: O'Cangaceiro on August 28, 2008, 01:52:57 PM
A good spaghetti-style western made by Americans. Van Cleef's plays a good role giving life to the likable character "Jaroo". Jim Brown also plays a good role, and Marianne Hill (in addition to a good acting) shows us her beautiful anatomy in a few nude scenes.  ;)  Maurice Jarre contributed a catchy score.

Obviously, the making of this movie must have cost quite a bit of money, as the fortress was specifically made for for this film, and it seems they used quite a number of extras to impersonate the Mexican army soldiers, the Apaches, etc. The fortress is the same one that was used for A reason to live, a reason to die, Conan the Barbarian, Get mean, and possibly some other movies. I think I read somewhere that (unfortunately) the whole fortress structure is nowadays in a deplorable condition. The village where the Mexican troops went for R&R also apperas in other spaghetti westerns (For a few dollars more, Death rides a horse, Tepepa, and Run Man Run  come to my mind).

Not a western at the level of Leone's Sollima's or Corbucci's, but it is packed with action and adventure nevertheless. I would give it a 7 out of 10.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: The Firecracker on August 28, 2008, 03:33:37 PM

Obviously, the making of this movie must have cost quite a bit of money, as the fortress was specifically made for for this film

Not so sure about that as I think it was the same fortress used in Mann's Fall of the Roman Empire.
I could be wrong, and probably am, because I saw it some time ago but I do remember a fortress that looked just like it.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: O'Cangaceiro on August 28, 2008, 07:56:27 PM
Not so sure about that as I think it was the same fortress used in Mann's Fall of the Roman Empire.
I could be wrong, and probably am, because I saw it some time ago but I do remember a fortress that looked just like it.

I don't know how accurate is the IMDB, but check this:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0065570/trivia

I think I have seen similar comments somewhere else.


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Richard--W on November 28, 2011, 09:17:00 PM
Saw this 36 years ago on Times Square in NYC. Got a tollerably Good VHS of it on Amazon.com for about $5.

Hey, so did I. When I was too young to enjoy it.
I saw a lot of spaghetti westerns in the grindhouse in Times Square.
They'd let me and my friends in without asking for I.D. when we were under 18.
Spaghetti westerns were the whole point in going, and horror films.

Which poster is better?
The half-sheet with western art or the photographic one-sheet?

Richard

(http://i1035.photobucket.com/albums/a432/Richard--W/ElCondor1970--halfsheet.jpg)

(http://i1035.photobucket.com/albums/a432/Richard--W/ElCondor1970-onesheetA.jpg)


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: Richard--W on November 28, 2011, 09:26:05 PM
Buy the DVD here:

http://www.amazon.com/El-Condor-Jim-Brown/dp/B0029KH7WS/ref=sr_1_11?s=dvd&ie=UTF8&qid=1322540708&sr=1-11


Richard


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: cigar joe on November 29, 2011, 04:06:08 AM
Hey, so did I. When I was too young to enjoy it.
I saw a lot of spaghetti westerns in the grindhouse in Times Square.
They'd let me and my friends in without asking for I.D. when we were under 18.
Spaghetti westerns were the whole point in going, and horror films.

Which poster is better?
The half-sheet with western art or the photographic one-sheet?

Richard


I like the art better  O0 O0


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: cigar joe on November 29, 2011, 04:07:32 AM
Buy the DVD here:

http://www.amazon.com/El-Condor-Jim-Brown/dp/B0029KH7WS/ref=sr_1_11?s=dvd&ie=UTF8&qid=1322540708&sr=1-11


Richard

I've got it already, updated the VHS a while ago  8)


Title: Re: El Condor (1970)
Post by: stanton on November 29, 2011, 04:53:20 AM
The art, yes.

Actually it is much better than this mediocre oater itself.