Ringo and His Golden Pistol / Johnny Oro (Sergio Corbucci, 1966)

Yup you’re right, actually downloaded it and will burn on dvd-r as my own made bootleg if you will. Chances of an official physical media release with English audio seem to be very slim anyway, so why not right? :cowboy_hat_face:

I just re-watched this, and it is still a minor Corbucci, but despite all its flaws it was enjoyable enough to raise my rating from 4 to 5/10.

Most funny line is when the oldtimer admits that the Apaches shoot well, when they actually had hit nothing and died by the dozen. Probably the most dumb Indians (and Mexicans) in any western.

Absolutely.

I’m not a lover of The Specialists either. I’d say it’s mediocre but as I’ve said before it’s a movie I find very fascinating, so much so that I watch it every few years even though I don’t really enjoy it and even bought Eureka’s recent Blu Ray release of it.

Yeah I think you’re right. I’m going to do the same thing myself with that and the recent upload of “Poker with Pistols”.

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Johnny Oro has been updated to the new layout (3.0). Let us know if you can add anything: pictures, posters, trivia, facts, figures, links, etc…

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Excellent

Watched it in the early 90’s when BBC 2 screened it in the early evening, I enjoyed it but it was no classic (at the time I only knew about Leone) but in 2021 I bought the Warner Archive version and rewatched it for the first time in 25 plus years… Have to agree with Tarantino’s estimate of the flik… It isn’t great, enjoyable yes, but it’s pretty important…

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