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The Mercenary (1968)

aka The Professional Gun

Long before Jack Palance joined Kurt Russell and Sylvester Stallone in the 1989 action hit, Tango and Cash, that saw the two muscle bound heroes walk away from the camera buck naked exposing their backsides to the movie going world, Jack did it first with arrogance and pride in this Sergio Corbucci directed western. 889 more words

Daily Take

Film Review: Navajo Joe (1966)

Also known as: A Dollar a Head (US working title), Navajo’s Land, Red Fighter, Savage Run (alternate titles)
Release Date: November 26th, 1966 (Italy)
Directed by: 510 more words


The Great Silence (1968)

CULT – 1

Verdict – 5/5

Pros –

1) Larger than life cult characters of Loco and Silence – both anti-heroes… 75 more words


The Great Silence is to be released in North America

Screen Daily have reported that Sergio Corbucci’s classic snow-bound Spaghetti Western The Great Silence (1968) has been picked up for distribution in North America by Film Movement. 59 more words


A Django television series has been announced

Variety report that Sky Italia is preparing a high end television series based around the popular Spaghetti Western character Django. The show is described as being a high-concept reimagining of Sergio Corbucci’s cult Western… 14 more words


Movie Reviews 311 – Django (1966)

When people hear the term Spaghetti Western they immediately think of Clint Eastwood in any one of Sergio Leone’s Man with No Name trilogy (A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly) which created the genre. 846 more words

Movie Reviews

DVD Review: May God Forgive You… I Won’t & Massacre at Canyon Grande

Wild East Productions of New York have included a double bill of George Ardisson films in their ongoing Spaghetti Western collection. Ardisson is perhaps best known for his work in the Euro-spy film genre but he also appeared in a handful of Italian Westerns. 1,272 more words