I ordered this directly from the publisher, discounted to $5 US plus $6.50 shipping, and got it 3-4 days later (I’m in the midwestern US and they’re just a state or two away).
Anyway, I’ll post more details later if need-be, but here’s a quick rundown of the contents:
Sartana the Gravedigger, widescreen, 93:51
Have a Good Funeral, Sartana Will Pay, widescreen, 92:08
I Am Sartana, Trade Your Guns for a Coffin, fullscreen, 91:57
Shango, widescreen, 82:38
Man, His Pride, and Vengeance, widescreen, 96:21
Black Jack, fullscreen, 91:55
Silver Saddle, widescreen, 94:05
The Unholy Four, fullscreen, 90:15
All the prints are pretty clean and bright, for the most part. Note that the package inexplicably states that the films I’ve indicated above as widescreen are “Full Screen Letterbox”, whatever that means (they don’t seem to be cropped, but genuine letterbox versions). Black Jack looked good compared to the Nth generation bootleg VHS I owned, though it seemed to cut away abruptly from Jack’s demise. Sartana the Gravedigger does NOT have the first of Ettore Manni’s staged duel scenes.
I thought it was a good purchase, since Shango and Man, His Pride and Vengeance were new to me, and I was eager to get Silver Saddle and Black Jack on DVD. For my money, there isn’t a bad title in the set, even with the relatively minor cuts.