In a Colt’s Shadow / All’ombra di una colt (Giovanni Grimaldi, 1965)

(scherpschutter) #21

I have the Japanese DVD, lyrics sound very American, if i remember well. Done on purpose, I guess. it’s an early one, and they still wanted to be real American cowboys.

(JonathanCorbett) #22

Is the beating shown?

(Sebastian) #23

I haven’t paid attention to that, which part of the film is that supposed to be in?

(JonathanCorbett) #24

About an hour into the movie (in the cut version the scene begins as shown in the pic above).

(Stanton) #25

I have no idea.

I watched it only once, and that was years ago. And it is, hello, from Tijuana. I have noted the version as uncut.


Re watched this one from the recent BluRay release and the picture quality is as good as it’s going to get. The film for me is better than average, it’s entertaining with a good story, action and a catchy score.


This one impressed me. Definitely above average, and I loved the music!

(Piripero) #28

Watched the Koch blu ray last night. Clichéd plot and characters, the two leads are wooden and dull, but some well-played minor roles and ingeniously staged final shoot out. The print is in excellent shape and does justice to the outstanding landscape cinematography. Others pluses are Fidenco’s wistful score and the arty credit sequence, so it scores high on the SW audio and visual essentials. Although the narrative is naive, it’s refreshingly coherent.

(Cat Stevens) #29

Does anyone know the artist on the credit sequence? I watched that four or five times in a row before moving on to the actual movie…