Silver Saddle is a prime example of what I really enjoy in a western, mostly action, lot’s of violence, filled with adventure, and leave’s the viewer wanting to watch it over and over again. Rare it is, some films never get old, and this film I can see, will never get old too me, I can’t imagine anyone being able to duplicate this film or make it better. Guilano Gemma ( Roy Blood) couldn’t have been more suitable for this role, as he is a, serious, unforgiving, gunslinger, out to avenge his father’s death. Plot may sound familiar, but it’s Roy Blood’s friendship, and sense of compassion that make this film stand out from others. It also a high killcount, as well a really cool scene with friars. It’s runtime is damn near perfect, and does not drag on ( All of Leone’s films ( except Once Upon A Time in The West) drag on a little to long for my taste, and I prefer a film that has a running time of about an hour and half filled with violence, action, and adventure, to 3 hour film that is slow paced, confusing, and tries to introduce too many idea’s and character’s all at once.) I love Leone with all my heart, but Once Upon a time in the west was his masterpeice, his best in the director’s chair, and in my opinion as fine as any film the genre has to offer. His other’s are classics of the genre however I would be the first to say they are not 100% my cup of tea. Getting back to Silver Saddle, it’s score is obscure 70’s pop music, which would fit right in to Fulci’s horror films,or sound great on any other twlight era spaghetti western soundtrack, All in all I could watch this over and over again.