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« on: March 20, 2007, 11:26:52 AM »

I want to bury this mystery that has been bothering me for awhile...

Many sources claim that the Sartana movie starring George Hilton (Sartana is here, trade your pistols for a coffin) is the final official Sartana sequel.

However imdb states it was released in 1970. A full year before the final Garko/Sartana "Light the fuse...Sartana is coming".


Is this another imdb mishap? Or are they correct?

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« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2007, 11:41:10 AM »

It's possible the Garko movie was shot first but released later but then IMDB does have lots of mistakes. Who's to say unless you talk to the people themselves. There's lots of info that should be taken with a grain of salt unless you've read something from the people that worked on the films themselves or actually spoken personally with said actors or filmmakers.

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« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2007, 11:42:21 AM »

Well, all I can say is the Czechoslovakian database has the same year at both of them. I don't know if they have it from IMDb or somewhere else. (However IMDb states 1971 for Light the fuse...) They don't have many informations at it.
http://www.csfd.cz/film/41716-cc-sartana-vendi-la-pistola-e-comprati-la-bara/
http://www.csfd.cz/film/41728-nuvola-di-polvere-un-grido-di-morte-arriva-sartana-una/

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« Reply #3 on: March 20, 2007, 05:22:52 PM »

http://www.anica.it says they are both from 1970 as is the Buen Funerale... BUT...

The dates for the movies are

C' Sartana... vendi la pistola e comprati la bara!: 21.07.70 and 07/08/70

Buon funerale amigos!.. Paga Sartana: 30.09.70 and 08/10/70

Una nuvola di polvere... Un grido di morte... Arriva Sartana: 23.12.70 and 24/12/70

Which would make the Hilton Sartana first of those. That is if the dates are correct. (Btw, I don't know why there's two dates... maybe the second one is the date it was first shown in theater...).
But as Arizona Colt said, even if the dates are real the Garko ones might have been filmed first.
The dates for other countries (France, Spain, Germany) vary somewhat... For example in Spain 'Ligh the fuse...' was first, Hilton one the second and 'Buen funerale...' the last one over 1 years after 'Light the fuse...'

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« Reply #4 on: March 20, 2007, 11:53:14 PM »

http://www.anica.it says they are both from 1970 as is the Buen Funerale... BUT...

The dates for the movies are

C' Sartana... vendi la pistola e comprati la bara!: 21.07.70 and 07/08/70

Buon funerale amigos!.. Paga Sartana: 30.09.70 and 08/10/70

Una nuvola di polvere... Un grido di morte... Arriva Sartana: 23.12.70 and 24/12/70

Which would make the Hilton Sartana first of those. That is if the dates are correct. (Btw, I don't know why there's two dates... maybe the second one is the date it was first shown in theater...).
But as Arizona Colt said, even if the dates are real the Garko ones might have been filmed first.
The dates for other countries (France, Spain, Germany) vary somewhat... For example in Spain 'Ligh the fuse...' was first, Hilton one the second and 'Buen funerale...' the last one over 1 years after 'Light the fuse...'


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« Reply #5 on: March 21, 2007, 09:25:02 AM »

http://www.anica.it says they are both from 1970 as is the Buen Funerale... BUT...

The dates for the movies are

C' Sartana... vendi la pistola e comprati la bara!: 21.07.70 and 07/08/70

Buon funerale amigos!.. Paga Sartana: 30.09.70 and 08/10/70

Una nuvola di polvere... Un grido di morte... Arriva Sartana: 23.12.70 and 24/12/70

Which would make the Hilton Sartana first of those. That is if the dates are correct. (Btw, I don't know why there's two dates... maybe the second one is the date it was first shown in theater...).
But as Arizona Colt said, even if the dates are real the Garko ones might have been filmed first.
The dates for other countries (France, Spain, Germany) vary somewhat... For example in Spain 'Ligh the fuse...' was first, Hilton one the second and 'Buen funerale...' the last one over 1 years after 'Light the fuse...'



Well this just adds to the confusion.
I guess we'll never truly know.


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« Reply #6 on: March 21, 2007, 09:44:20 AM »



Well this just adds to the confusion.
I guess we'll never truly know.


Thanks Sundance.

Please children, let's not get our pants in knot just yet. I'm sure we'll all know evetually, meanwhile, don't be impatient FC, they're only trying to help

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