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Films of Sergio Leone => Other Films => Topic started by: titoli on June 06, 2007, 08:26:04 AM

Title: Les filles du Golden Saloon (1975)
Post by: titoli on June 06, 2007, 08:26:04 AM

This I saw on tv in the late '70's, and managed to get a french release but forgot about it until yesterday. It would have been best left forgotten. The reviewer at IMDB apparently saw an edition different from mine (which is cut of 10' from his). Still, as much as I would like to see more T&A of what I saw, this film is unredeemable. The problem is that it was concocted by taking a Caiano's movie (The Sign of Coyote:  and adding new nude scenes and a different dubbing to square the operation (apparently the reviewer at IMDB didn't notice it: maybe he was running with the FF to the nude scenes absent from my release). But it was a mission impossible. Actually the movie is interesting for the italian movie which is, by what we can see, a totally mediocre Zorro clone which has some western scenes. I do not exclude that some scenes (expecially the initial one) were taken from another movie. BTW, though the review at IMDB says that the hero is called Zorro, in my french release the name is the more prosaic "Richard Lenoir". Passable score by Daniel White.