10. To the Last Drops of Blood (1968)
Not one of Graig Hill’s better Westerns, but it’s a watchable one nevertheless even with the recycled footage in tow. I liked the pairing of Hill and Ettore Manni in this, it made for a good turn out with plenty action, and the ending was just dandy IMO.
11.REQUIEM FOR A GRINGO (1968)
Bizarre spagh, but it’s a good one. Lang Jeffries with a leopard poncho is quite alright in this, it’s a decent production with a good story that packs a good amount of action to satisfy fans of the genre and Fernando Sancho as a baddie does what he does best, “overacts” but that’s ok, we’re all used to it.