Please need help!


(Onebulletleft) #1

ok this is driving me mad, its a mid 70 ies possibly late 60 ies italian/american western, i dont know the title or what actors is in it, all i have is fragments of the lyrics in the main theme of the movie, and the song in my head, its a male voice very much like the one that sings in " Keoma" very deep. it goes something like this :

— Your… allone, a solitary man… and when the sun goes down… ----

i have searched everywhere but this is my last chance, im giving up if nobody knows :’(


(Bad Lieutenant) #2

Mannaja


(Phil H) #3

Also known as A Man Called Blade in some places.
Once heard, that song is not forgotten.


(Phil H) #4

Here’s a link to Shobary’s music page if you want to relive a bit of the song.
It is listed under Guido & Maurizio De Angelis and is the first Mannaja song there.

http://spaghettiwesterns.1g.fi/music.htm


(Sebastian) #5

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


(Onebulletleft) #6

Woooh! thanx alot guys! ;D my mind is at ease!


(Raph_Alv) #7

Hello, I found a dvd “Bandolero” from 1968 casting Rachel Welch and Dean Martin. Is this a spaghetti based western?
Any help


(Phil H) #8

I wouldn’t say spaghetti at all. However, it is a 1968 U.S western so obviously carries a certain ‘post dollars movies’ influence.
On the positive side it features Raquel Welch in torn garments which is worth the ticket price for me, plus there is Jimmy Stewart who I always like, George Kennedy being as rotten as you would expect and a decent Jerry Goldsmith score.
The down side is it’s directed by Andrew V. McLaglen who never really inspires for me.
If it’s cheap enough it’s worth a go but don’t expect anything outstanding. (except from Miss Welch of course)


(Stanton) #9

Bandolero should be a good film concerning story and cast, but it isn’t, thanks to Andy V(erveless). McLaglen.