I watched this on TV recently and I thought it wasn’t a bad movie at all. The camera work was very high quality and the actors were in a good mood. And the music wasn’t bad either. What did you think about it?
Ok, is this one that opens up with George Hilton extinguising a fire by throwing his canteen (While sitting down–And about 30 yards away, to boot) and shooting the canteen out of the sky right over a fire?
If so, this was the first spaghetti I saw (Before I knew what they were) and noticed various odd things about it that were different from American westerns. Such as dubbing,stylized shoot-outs,lots of extreme closeups, and funky titles (When I saw this on TV, it was re-titled They call me Hallelujah)
I believe this film is one of the Sartana oficial franchising, is knowed as SARTANA IS HERE… TRADE YOUR GUN FOR YOUR COFFIN, itÂ´s the only oficial sartana without Garko. a great one and De Masi music is very good indeed.
Just watched this one the other night. Not bad at all. It’s my least favorite “official” Sartana film but it’s a pretty good movie. Hilton is all right but he’s no Garko. Loved the Sabbath character. He was a good counterpoint to Sartana.
Nice one. Hilton was pretty good. Not as good as Garko, but still. I like the way this movie plays with cliches, to a point where it’s almost comedy. I agree with flynnparadox, Sabbath’s an entertaining, if slightly feminine, character. A nice additon to the movie, and Southwood plays him well. After seeing the movie, I immediately ordered a copy.