MINNESOTA CLAY (1965, Sergio Corbucci) - REVIEW
Dir: Sergio Corbucci. Cast: Cameron Mitchell, Georges Rivière, Ethel Rojo, Fernando Sancho, Diana Martin, Antonio Casas, Antonio Rosas, Nando poggi, Alberto Cevenini. Music: Piero Piccioni
A gunfighter named Minnesota Clay (Mitchell) escapes from a labor camp and starts looking for the man who framed him for a crime he didn't commit. The main suspect, a man called Fox (Rivière), has been hired by the people of a small town to protect them against a Mexican bandit, Ortiz (Sancho), but he has started to run a protection racket, asking increasingly more protection money. The Mexicans try to hire Clay to kill Fox, but Clay is misled and ...
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