[quote=“Durango, post:1, topic:1733”]Alfonso Balcázar (1965) Man from Canyon City = L’ Uomo che viene da Canyon City
Alfonso Balcázar (1966) The Man Who Came to Kill = Uomo dalla pistola d’oro, L’
Gianfranco Baldanello (1972) Colt in the Hand of the Devil = Colt in mano del diavolo
Giovanni Narzisi (1969) Djurado
Ignacio F. Iquino (1967) 5 dollars for Ringo = Cinco pistolas de Texas
José María Elorrieta (1965) Massacre at Fort Grant = Fuerte perdido
José María Elorrieta (1975) If You Shoot… You Live! = Si quieres vivir… dispara
Juan Xiol (1966) Seven Pistols for a Gringo = Río maldito (Spanish)
Paolo Bianchini (1971) Hey Amigo! A Toast to Your Death = Ehi amigo… sei morto!
Rafael Romero Marchent (1981) Lobo negro, El
Romolo Guerrieri (1966) 7 Guns for Timothy = Sette magnifiche pistole
(btw I took the liberty to copy these titles from a list found elsewhere)[/quote]
There are fansubbed versions of Djurado and 7 Guns for Timothy floating around on the net. I have seen Hey Amigo! A Toast to Your Death and I thought it was dubbed into English, but I would have to double check my copy.
I have seen Seven Pistols for a Gringo, Man from Canyon City, The Man Who Came to Kill, 5 dollars for Ringo, Rebels in Canada, and Black Angel of the Mississippi, and (I think) Massacre at Fort Grant. For the most part, they are somewhat pedestrian early Spanish style westerns. 7 Guns for Timothy is something a comedy and it is enjoyable. Djurado is awful!