Alternative Top 20

My alternate top 20:

  1. Bandidos
  2. And God Said to Cain
  3. Sabata
  4. My Name is Pecos
  5. If you meet Sartana…pray for your death
  6. Black Jack
  7. Light the fuse…Sartana is coming
  8. Django Kill…If you live, shoot
  9. Run, Man, Run
  10. Sonny & Jed
  11. 7 Guns for the MacGregors
  12. California
  13. Vengeance is Mine
  14. I am Sartana your angel of death
  15. Killer Calibre 32
  16. $1,000 on the Black
  17. They Call Him Cemetery
  18. Mannaja
  19. A Pistol for Ringo
  20. The Grand Duel

OK fellas. All updated

You have a wise way to view the matter, I’m more of a calculation freak. But the current draft is actually my genuine alternative favorites, which just happened to be an almost even mix of established and not-so-established minor classics. Changes that may happen with the list might split that partition, which would annoy the statistics-loving, (not so) slightly diagnostic side of my brain.

But it was chiefly a tongue-in-cheek comment upon the dramatic movement of the list, so don’t worry, there will be no changes because the list is altered. I’m not that statistics-geeky. Not quite.

By the way, the poster for The Specialists looks remarkably reminiscent of the one for The Big Gundown.

Fixed.
I’m glad someone’s paying attention :grin:

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I thought I would add mine:

  1. The Forgotten Pistolero – Baldi (1969)
  2. Taste of Killing – Valerii (1966)
  3. Vengeance – Margheriti (1968)
  4. The Taste of Violence – Hossein (1961)
  5. Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die – Cervi (1968)
  6. Nest of Vipers – Petroni (1969)
  7. A Hole in the Forehead – Vari (1968)
  8. Taste of Death – Merolle (1968)
  9. $10,000 for a Massacre – Guerrieri (1967)
  10. Find A Place to Die – Carnimeo (1968)
  11. Starblack – Grimaldi (1966)
  12. Johnny Hamlet – Castellari (1968)
  13. The Specialists – Corbucci (1969)
  14. And God Said to Cain – Margheriti (1970)
  15. Ride for a Massacre – Puccini (1967)
  16. Death Knows No Time – Klimovsky (1968)
  17. El Puro – Mulargia (1969)
  18. The Deserter – Kennedy and Fulgosi (1970)
  19. Four of the Apocalypse – Fulci (1975)
  20. Awkward Hands – Marchent (1970)

Correct!

While all three are good films, there is no way I’d consider any of them a spaghetti at all.

I’m taking the liberty of not applying the strictest definition :wink: if it has some pasta in it, I take it

They’re still great westerns though.