There are a lot of bootlegs on this site! The easiest way to find them is via Google site search; just paste this into a Google browser:
- site:spaghetti-western.net Llamentol
Obviously, substitute the name of the label as appropriate; there’s an extensive list of them in my article. Listing boots carries responsibility. Context is important, so ideally each would come with comparative screenshots and a review, allowing fans to make an informed choice. As that’s impossible I’d suggest a standard disclaimer alongside each one. Perhaps something like, “Beware: this is a pirate or bootleg and is very likely of inferior quality to official licensed product.” If it helps, you’re welcome to link to or quote from my article.
May I also suggest the creation of a sticky forum thread, with a generic title, like “Bootleg and Pirate Releases”? You could also link to that alongside each confirmed or suspected bootleg, then potential buyers could easily find the best place to discuss individual titles.
I took a special interest in this subject, partly because many friends in the industry are having their hard work and property ripped off, and because with multiple shady releases of individual titles, it’s so difficult for fans to know which silent and early film releases are of decent quality. With the woeful state of original materials on so many spaghetti westerns, the latter applies here too.
Hope this helps!