Five Dollars for Ringo / Cinco pistolas de Texas (Ignacio F. Iquino, Juan Xiol, 1966)


(ENNIOO) #1

http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Cinco_pistolas_de_Texas

A lawman is on a mission to save a corrupt town.

Seems like a couple of years earlier this one was made. We open with an Elvis style theme song in contrast to a later song in the film which is ever so serious. In fact the later song is that serious the cast looks rather bemused. But this is a serious film. Everyone acts and behaves so serious, with say the exception of one minor charactor. The problem for me when everyone more or less acts this serious, I just cannot take them serious :grin:.
The gun shot sounds like toy guns in this typical early entry which has been done so many times, and as you have probably guessed so much better.


(Sebastian) #2

Are you serious? :smile: This sounds like a serious condition


(ENNIOO) #3

Serious yes :smile: to a degree, but did have a grin smiley after that comment:

The problem for me when everyone more or less acts this serious, I just cannot take them serious :grin:.