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Film Review: The Mercenary (1968)

Also known as: Il mercenario (Italy)
Release Date: August 29th, 1968 (Italy)
Directed by: Sergio Corbucci
Written by: Luciano Vincenzoni, Sergio Spina, Adriano Bolzoni, Segio Corbucci, Franco Solinas, Giorgio Arlorio… 296 more words

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Django (1966, Sergio Corbucci)

Right away, Djano sets itself to have a problem–gunfighter Franco Nero is just way too good. Just when he’s too unstoppable, too unbeatable, the film finds a way to make him even more unstoppable, more unbeatable. 472 more words

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Film Review: Compañeros (1970)

Also known as: Vamos a matar, compañeros, lit. Let’s Go and Kill, Companions (Spain)
Release Date: December 18th, 1970 (Italy)
Directed by: Sergio Corbucci
Written by: 371 more words

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Film Review: The Great Silence (1968)

Also known as: Il grande silenzio (Italy), The Big Silence (UK)
Release Date: November 19th, 1968 (Italy)
Directed by: Sergio Corbucci
Written by: Vittoriano Petrilli, Mario Amendola, Bruno Corbucci, Sergio Corbucci, John Davis Hart, Lewis E. 594 more words

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Film Review: Django (1966)

Release Date: April 6th, 1966 (Italy)
Directed by: Sergio Corbucci
Written by: Sergio Corbucci, Bruno Corbucci
Based on: Yojimbo by Akira Kurosawa, Ryuzo Kikushima
Music by: 516 more words

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See Naples and Die

GIALLO NAPOLETANA isn’t a giallo in the usual, Dario Argento sense, being more interested in detective mystery than drawn-out setpiece assassinations — all of the murders are committed by defenestration and seen from outside, so they’re unusually brief. 399 more words

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Sonny and Jed (1972)

While Sergio Corbucci has illustrated a knack for blending westerns and comedies with films like Compañeros, Sonny and Jed is difficult to handle. There have been missteps in the past, like with the exasperating… 600 more words

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