Souvlaki Western


(Silence) #1

Well, there are American, Italian, Turkish, Spanish, French, Italian-Spanish, Turkish-Italian, French-Italian, Spanish-American… and there are also Greek ones.


(Bill san Antonio) #2

Yes, just watched Bullets don’t come back and it’s a damn good film. Not exactly a real western, it’s set in Greece but with just little bit of different dubbing and name changes you wouldn’t probably notice it. Anyway, it’s very spaghetti like film with horses, bandits, gunfights etc.
http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Sfaires_den_gyrizoun_piso,_Oi

Director Foskolos also made another western Love and Blood.
http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Agapi_kai_aima


(Silence) #3

Wrong link, Bill. But anyhow do you know where to find Love And Blood? Looking for this one.


(Bill san Antonio) #4

[quote=“Silence, post:3, topic:2253”]Wrong link, Bill. But anyhow do you know where to find Love And Blood? Looking for this one.[/quote]thanks, corrected it now. And No, I don’t know. Interested to see it too.


(Silence) #5

Are any of these actual Westerns set in the U.S or Mexico by the way?


(Bill san Antonio) #6

No Mercy for the Hunted is set in Texas. But other Greek westerns seem to be “greeksterns”. Hehe, I like that term.

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


(Silence) #7

Yep, knew about No Mercy For The Hunted.


(Ramon Rojo) #8

I’m fu…ing love Bullets Doesn’t Come Back!!!Also another one I suggest is ‘‘To Xoma Vaftike Kokkino’’ official english title ‘‘Blood on the Land’’.Nominated for best foreign movie award in 1965 but didn’t won it.

You can find it in you tube.Check a good article there:http://www.filmboy.gr/2010/10/3.html