here’ exactly what’s on the back of the package:
Would you trust a “Blindman” (1971) to protect 50 mail-order brides? Tony Anthony, Ringo Starr star. In “Minnesota Clay” (1965), Cameron Mitchell is framed. With Ethel Rojo, Fernando Sancho. “7 Dollars on the Red” (1966) buys you the yarn of a man who regrets finding his son. Anthony Steffen, Sancho star. It’s “Massacre Time” (1968) as horror icon Lucio Fulci turns to six-guns in the tale of a prospector (Franco Nero). With Hilton, Nino Castelnuovo. Van Johnson is President Garfield in the faux-historical “The Price of Power” (1969). With Giuliano Gemma, Fernando Rey. Klaus Kinski IS “The Beast” (1970)! With Gabriella Giorgelli, Steven Tedd. AKA: “Rough Justice.” “They Call Him Cemetery” (1971), and that’s funny! Gianni Garko, William Berger star. A rancher avenges his loved ones, Yin “Bounty Killer” (1972). Remo Capitani, Michael Forest star. AKA: “Requiem for a Bounty Killer.” What’s “One Dollar Too Many” (1968) to spend on a John Saxon comedy? With Antonio Sabato, Agata Flori. Steffen is “Apocalypse Joe” (1971), an actor who inherits a gold mine. With Eduardo Fajardo, Mary Paz Pondal. 15 hrs. total on two discs. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English (dubbed). Dubbed in English.
i’ll get it. i have the first 2. the Sartana set is awesome.