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Title: Dynamite Joe (Joe l'implacabile)(1967)
Post by: titoli on December 06, 2007, 09:54:04 PM
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0061572/

http://www.spaghettiwestern.altervista.org/vari-west36.htm

Wild Wild (Spaghetti) West. Margheriti brought his experience in Bond-derived products to make this easygoing movie which is pleasing to watch and soon after to forget. Joe (or John) Ford (there's a final line in the movie which should justify the name: should it?) is an adventurer, adept in the use of dynamite, charged by some mine owner of the transport of some gold, as it has become almost impossible to do it because of regular robberies of the cargoes by Comancheros, Mexicans and what else. Ford accepts the mission and brings it to an end after having unmasked and killed the traitors with the help of two girls ands an old man.
As said this is easy-going, full of scene changes, the money spent for it being visible (see the party in the colonial house: with all those people at his disposition Fidani would be still making movies today) and good choice of natural sceneries in Spain. Awkward but endearing the models used to simulate the effects of an underground explosion.  This takes 6\10.