Suevia Films releases


(Bill san Antonio) #1

Topic for all interesting dvd releases from Spanish Suevia films.
I believe they’re all Region free PAL releases.

SCALPS
*Widescreen
*English, Spanish and Italian audio options

APACHE KID
*Widescreen Version
*English, Spanish, Italian and German audio options

MAN OF THE EAST
*Anamorphic Widescreen
*English and Spanish Audio Options

THE FIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS / TROUBLEMAKERS
*Widescreen (2.35:1)
*English and Spanish audio options


(Bad Lieutenant) #2

Good idea for a catalog, so I started one. Unfortunately I have none of their releases.
Would love to see Cipolla Colt.
http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Suevia_DVD_catalog
Lots of info missing though.


(Bad Lieutenant) #3

Came up with these so far:
Contents [hide]
1 Antes llega la muerte
2 Bala marcada, Una
3 Bianco Apache
4 Botte di Natale
5 Buon funerale, amigos!.. paga Sartana
6 Cipolla Colt
7 E poi lo chiamarono il magnifico
8 Gli fumavano le Colt… lo chiamavano Camposanto
9 J. and S. - storia criminale del far west
10 Ocaso de un pistolero
11 Per 100,000 dollari ti ammazzo
12 Quattro inesorabili, I
13 Quindici forche per un assassino
14 Scalps, venganza india
15 Treno per Durango, Un
16 Uomo avvisato mezzo ammazzato… Parola di Spirito Santo

Missing:
God’s Gun and some more


(scherpschutter) #4

I have two Suevia releases (one of them you didn’t mention):

Per 100.000 dollari ti ammazzo / Tu cabeza per mil dolares
(note: has Italian audio too)

10.000 dollari per un massacro / Como lobos sedientos

I’m having quite a busy afternoon and evening today, so I’ll give you the specs and some additional info tomorrow


(Phil H) #5

Where is the best place to buy these Suevia releases?


(Bill san Antonio) #6

[quote=“Phil H, post:5, topic:828”]Where is the best place to buy these Suevia releases?[/quote]I’ve used dvdgo couple of times. They have quite high shipping cost but delivery was fast. Sometimes they have good discounts on interesting titles too.
http://www.dvdgo.com/


(Lode) #7

Nice work fellows!


(Reverend Danite) #8

Echoed. This looks like a good contact - I’ll be cheching 'em out I reckon. Thanks again!


(scherpschutter) #9

The promised info on my two Suevia DVDs:

10.000 DOLLARI PER UN MASSACRO / Como Lobos Sedientos

1:33:11 - DVD 5 - PAL - Region 2
Video: 2,35 : 1 NOT Anamorphic (4/3 Letterboxed)
Audio: Spanish DD 2.0, Italian DD 2.0
No subtitles, 12 chapter stops.

Note: Image quality is very poor, especially during the darker scenes (of which there are many);
Sound quality is OK; the Spanish track is a bit louder, but also has a bit more background noise.
There are no extras other than some written career info.

PER 10.000 DOLLARI TI AMMAZZO / Tu Cabeza por Mil Dolares
1:31:33 - DVD 5 - PAL - Region 2
Video: 2,35 : 1 Anamorphic (16/9 enhanced)
Audio: Spanish DD 2.0, Italian DD 2.0
No subtitles, 12 Chapter stops

Note: Image quality is good; other than a few specks and an occasional vertical line there’s little print damage.
The Spanish soundtrack is a bit louder, but once again has a bit more background noise too.
No extras other than some career info.


(Bad Lieutenant) #10

Great. I put the info in the database.


(Silver) #11

[quote=“Bill san Antonio, post:6, topic:828”]I’ve used dvdgo couple of times. They have quite high shipping cost but delivery was fast. Sometimes they have good discounts on interesting titles too.
http://www.dvdgo.com/[/quote]

I’ve just been having a look at this site as there are a couple of Suevia releases i’d like. Is it an easy site to use? My Spanish is really not good… And do they post worldwide? Any info would be much appreciated!


(Hombre) #12

Hi Silver,

If you go to

www.dvdgo.com/

you can choose to enter the site in Spanish or English

Yes they do ship worldwide but it’s by courier only and expensive!


(Silver) #13

[quote=“Hombre, post:12, topic:828”]Hi Silver,

If you go to

www.dvdgo.com/

you can choose to enter the site in Spanish or English

Yes they do ship worldwide but it’s by courier only and expensive![/quote]

Thanks! :wink: I’d only been on the site by following links to films…didn’t realise about this :-[


(Ming) #14

Sugar Colt is also available.
I have just come back from Spain & discovered that many of the Suevia releases are now being released by a company called ‘Impulso’ - however, the artwork & content is identical. I suppose the company may have changed hands…
If you need info for Sugar Colt & a cover scan let me know.
Also, Divisa Red have re-released ‘Fury Of Johnny Kid’ with new artwork - again, if you need a cover scan let me know.


(Silver Wolf) #15

Someone at SWWB told some moths ago that Divisa Red is going to re-release all their old spaghetti DVDs, most of them 1:1 with their old VHS releases, anamorphic Johnny Kidd being one of exceptions. Assault on Fort Texan and some others are already available but it would be interesting to know what films they released earlier. Bullet and the Flesh & A Man and a Colt are the only ones I remember.


(Silver Wolf) #16

[quote=“Ming, post:14, topic:828”]Sugar Colt is also available.
I have just come back from Spain & discovered that many of the Suevia releases are now being released by a company called ‘Impulso’ - however, the artwork & content is identical. I suppose the company may have changed hands…[/quote]

http://www.spaghetti-western.net/forum/index.php/topic,829.0.html


(djvaso) #17

This release of “Ammazzali Tutti E Torna Solo” is not mentioned before:
http://www.thrauma.it/dettaglio.php?dettaglio=dvd&id=27621


(alk0) #18

[quote=“djvaso, post:17, topic:828”]This release of “Ammazzali Tutti E Torna Solo” is not mentioned before:
http://www.thrauma.it/dettaglio.php?dettaglio=dvd&id=27621[/quote]
That’s a seriously bad cover:

;D


(scherpschutter) #19

[quote=“alk0, post:18, topic:828”]That’s a seriously bad cover:

;D[/quote]

Do you think so?

I like it: 5 horsemen dancing on the tightrope with their horses … you don’t see that every day

At least not here, in Belgium …

Chuck looks a bit worried, though


(alk0) #20

[quote=“scherpschutter, post:19, topic:828”]Do you think so?

I like it: 5 horsemen dancing on the tightrope with their horses … you don’t see that every day

At least not here, in Belgium …

Chuck looks a bit worried, though[/quote]
Let’s say it’s unintenionally hillarious :wink: