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« #15 : June 12, 2007, 02:28:42 PM »

Yes, a friend was discussing this show with me last week. I'd love to see this on dvd. After Adams tempered his ego from that award stunt he pulled, his attitude totally changed. The Japanese have very pleasant things to say about his character after appearing in three films over there.


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« #16 : June 12, 2020, 01:02:52 PM »

I'm glad the general consensus is positive for this Western. I watched it last night and enjoyed it, it's got a good pace and rythym to it and the femme fatale is one of the best. I even liked Mark Damon as the lead, although I gather there's a mixed view on him. This is probably the best I've seen so far on my Spaghetti Westerns 20 film boxset, apart from The Grand Duel and Death Rides a Horse.


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« #17 : June 13, 2020, 12:19:43 AM »

This is probably the best I've seen so far on my Spaghetti Westerns 20 film boxset, apart from The Grand Duel and Death Rides a Horse.

I prefer Johnny Yuma to both. Guerrieri was the better director, and his 10 000 Dollars Blood Money is even better.


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