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Western films, from silent to today

I Came, I Saw, I Shot (1968)

Posted by on Feb 6, 2018 in 1960s, Spaghetti Westerns | 0 comments

Two partners — Edwin Kean (Frank Wolff) and Clay Watson (John Saxon) — are planning to rob a stage carrying $400,000 to...

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I am Sartana, Your Angel of Death (1969)

Posted by on Jan 26, 2018 in 1960s, Spaghetti Westerns | 0 comments

A bounty hunter decked out in black shows up at the North Western Bank, “the safest bank in the West” with his latest catch...

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Last of the Badmen (1967)

Posted by on Jan 19, 2018 in 1960s, Spaghetti Westerns | 0 comments

George Hilton is Kitosch, a rascal who can’t keep his hands off other men’s women. When he takes his foreman’s wife into the...

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Ringo Face of Revenge (1966)

Posted by on Nov 8, 2017 in 1960s, Spaghetti Westerns | 0 comments

Anthony Steffen plays Ringo, who’s napping on a mountaintop with his friend when a man rides by chased by three bandidos. Deciding...

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A Stranger in Town (1966)

Posted by on Jun 5, 2016 in 1960s, Spaghetti Westerns | 0 comments

Tony Anthony is The Stranger, a nameless bounty hunter who arrives in the Mexican town of Cerro Gordo just as revolutionary bandits under...

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The Great Silence (1968)

Posted by on Aug 19, 2015 in 1960s, Spaghetti Westerns | 0 comments

Jean-Louis Trintignant plays Silence. As a boy, he saw his mother and father gunned down by bounty hunters. They slit his throat so he...

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Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)

Posted by on Jul 30, 2015 in Spaghetti featured, Spaghetti Westerns | 0 comments

A railroad tycoon named Morton who’s suffering from a debilitating disease wants to see the Pacific Ocean from his passenger car before...

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Once Upon a Time in the West (part 2)

Posted by on Jul 30, 2015 in Spaghetti Westerns | 0 comments

Memorable lines: Harmonica: “Did you bring a horse for me?” Snaky: “Looks like we’re (he grins) looks like we’re shy one...

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Villa Rides (1968)

Posted by on Jun 28, 2015 in 1960s | 0 comments

Robert Mitchum is Lee Arnold, a pilot smuggling guns to President Madero’s foes in Mexico when his plane breaks down. That sends him...

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