I Am Sartana, Your Angel of Death / Sono Sartana, il vostro becchino (Giuliano Carnimeo, 1969)


(sartana1968) #41

[quote=“Sebastian, post:3, topic:241”]I thought the music was not good at all, and Kinski gave a performance not worth mentioning :wink:

I think Wolff was good[/quote]
sartana he’s the best one! as always


(lordradish) #42

I just watched this one a few days ago. As I pointed out in my review at Fistfulhttp://fistfulofpasta.com/index.php?go=reviews/sartanaangel, did anyone notice that the hands doing the card tricks belong to a woman?


(sartana1968) #43

[quote=“lordradish, post:42, topic:241”]I just watched this one a few days ago. As I pointed out in my review at Fistfulhttp://fistfulofpasta.com/index.php?go=reviews/sartanaangel, did anyone notice that the hands doing the card tricks belong to a woman?

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ha ha ha ha ha ha !!! very good!! and i wached this last night! yes it looks like female hands!
with big claws


(Andy) #44

Sartana’s best kept secret :stuck_out_tongue:


(sartana1968) #45

[quote=“lordradish, post:42, topic:241”]I just watched this one a few days ago. As I pointed out in my review at Fistfulhttp://fistfulofpasta.com/index.php?go=reviews/sartanaangel, did anyone notice that the hands doing the card tricks belong to a woman?

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you must put it in the shobary’s westerns bloopers


(Col. Douglas Mortimer) #46

Sartana just happened to pay visit to the finest manicurist in Dodge City.


(Andy) #47

I am Sartana, Your Angel of Drag! ;D


(lordradish) #48

Yeah, that’s what I’m talkin’ bout! Although who’s gonna say it to Sartana’s face? Not me.


(sartana1968) #49

anyway this was the weakest of the series… my best was if you meet sartana… and light the fuse…
the others are boring, and the deringer pistol only works in the first one and not all the others
i don’t like the toy pistol but somehow parolini make it look great in the first one sartana


(lordradish) #50

[quote=“sartana1968, post:49, topic:241”]and the deringer pistol only works in the first one and not all the others
i don’t like the toy pistol but somehow parolini make it look great in the first one sartana[/quote]
I’ve always thought it funny how that tiny derringer, probably a .22 cal, has the sound and power of a full-sized Colt. I could see it being used to get out of a jam, but Sartana should really pack bigger heat.


(sartana1968) #51

anything could hapend in the spaghetti world


(Col. Douglas Mortimer) #52

Thats why I like Light the Fuse, where he uses an actual colt, and not a little pipsqueak gun with a dradle in it.


(Col. Douglas Mortimer) #53

Very true indeed. Sabatas derringer that fires out of the handle would never work in real life, neither would the organ or alphie in light the fuse, neither would the umbrella in Those dirty dogs, neither would Djangos machine gun, Hallelujah’s sewing machine, or William Berger’s 8 barrel gun in No Room to Die etc…


(lordradish) #54

Aw, c’mon… I have a 12 gauge sewing machine that I go bird hunting with all the time.


(sartana1968) #55

don’t forget blindman who kills criminals without sight


(sartana1968) #56

the start was explosive! the midle weird and the end not good and not bad either
anyway good spaghetti western maybe not so great but it has his moments


(sartana1968) #57

[quote=“lordradish, post:42, topic:241”]I just watched this one a few days ago. As I pointed out in my review at Fistfulhttp://fistfulofpasta.com/index.php?go=reviews/sartanaangel, did anyone notice that the hands doing the card tricks belong to a woman?

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i saw yesterday a mistake in django of corbucci, at the begining when the gang of major jackson shoot the four mexicans
and then the two of them preparing the cross to burning maria you can see down on the ground one of the foot of the dead
mexicans moving for 0,5 seconds!


(MrE2Me) #58

I hope I’m not the only one who gives up trying to follow the Sartana plots about 10 minutes into each film. This is easily my least favorite of the three I’ve seen. A very lukewarm 2 stars from me.

But the real reason I had to come here was to write that this film contains one of the two lamest SW “torture” scenes I’ve ever seen: the dreaded “fingertips in the roulette wheel” treatment! I love how devoted the actor playing the victim is to making it look as painful as possible. Adorable. The other lame torture scene is, of course, the “bats casually crawling around your jail cell” approach used in Django, Kill! (If You Live Shoot!).

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(Tigrero) #59

Ha Ha yes! ;D

I worked in casinos for 24 years and never realised I was torturing the dealers when I told them to slow the wheel…this being the normal way to do so. Must watch this bit again.


(MrE2Me) #60

;D

That one brief sequence is worth watching the film for. I’m tempted to post it on YouTube…