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« on: October 31, 2016, 08:20:32 PM »

Wild One in western sauce. And a good plate, at that. Garfield complains that it is nothing you haven't seen before, but I wonder how many westerns can boast absolute originality: a handful? A dozen? This is fast moving, with the two females not an encumbrance and  some original plot turns (like the town drunkard not being punished in the end; and the knife fight; and Chandler getting for the young virgin: a minor?). Sure, one could wonder what a saloon and a hotel were doing in a 20 people village, but the same could be said for FOD (BTW, Saxon is wearing a poncho at the start; and Chandler is a monco). I can't stand Saxon false mexican accent and his idiotic end. But I think I can give Chandler's last western a generous 8/10.

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