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Title: Blood River (Dieci bianchi uccisi da un piccolo indiano)(1974)
Post by: titoli on May 23, 2007, 03:32:40 AM
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073519/

http://www.spaghettiwestern.altervista.org/10bianchi.htm

I watched a copy with many jumps and so the plot, hard to follow in itself, it became incomprehensible throughout. Anyway I agree to a iota to what the german reviewer at IMDB says. Little to add, except that Umiliani's score sometime it sounds like it was composed for anothe movie. And that you have a indian village reminding you of the one seen in F-Troops, only poorer (to add to the ridiculous the indian chief is dubbed by the voice which was the same one as Forrest Tucker's in the italian edition of the telefilm). But, surprisingly, both in the negative italian db review and that at at IMDB nobody seemed to notice that Testi''s testa (head, in english) has two shots where it is deductable is finding itself in the lower parts of Rosalba Neri. I don't think that is commonfare in westerns. But that doesn't help redeeming the movie.