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Films of Sergio Leone => Other Films => Topic started by: titoli on May 16, 2007, 05:54:28 PM



Title: Sartana, the Invincible Gunman (...e vennero in quattro per uccidere Sartana!)
Post by: titoli on May 16, 2007, 05:54:28 PM
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0064275/

http://www.spaghettiwestern.altervista.org/4_per_sartana.htm

Thomas Simmons at IMDB and italian db are at odds on this. The italian site dubs it as one of the best Fidani's (which maybe it is) and as pleasing, well made, never boring rhythm. I've seen the same movie as Thomas Simmons and still... Well, the finale shows that there was genius in Fidani. Or maybe he had just a great dose of nerve, which unfortunately he didn't care to show with less rarity. There is a theard here about the greatest western duels: well, the one in the finale belongs there. For bad or good, it is absolutely OUTRAGEOUS! and makes the vision of this boring movie absolutely mandatory.


Title: Re: Sartana, the Invincible Gunman (...e vennero in quattro per uccidere Sartana!)
Post by: Banjo on May 17, 2007, 02:38:09 AM
Apparently according to the unfallible  ;D Thomas Weisser this was a re-release from 1966.


Title: Re: Sartana, the Invincible Gunman (...e vennero in quattro per uccidere Sartana!)
Post by: titoli on May 17, 2007, 04:04:23 PM
The original title being?


Title: Re: Sartana, the Invincible Gunman (...e vennero in quattro per uccidere Sartana!)
Post by: Banjo on May 17, 2007, 04:09:24 PM
The original English title was FOUR CAME TO KILL SARTANA  and for its "comeback" it was renamed BEYOND THE FRONTIERS OF HATE.

Weisser doesn't mention how SARTANA,THE INVISIBLE GUNMAN figures in the equation so maybe thats a video title?


Title: Re: Sartana, the Invincible Gunman (...e vennero in quattro per uccidere Sartana!)
Post by: titoli on May 17, 2007, 05:15:04 PM
I didn't include in the title of the thread the literal translated title FOUR CAME TO KILL SARTANA  because I presumed it was the international title or american release title and preferred the other given at IMDB as I thought it must have been the most recent or the video title. Anyway, the Fidani movie was made in late '60's, as far as I can judge. And anyway it earned its visa in Italy in 1969.