The often atmospheric photography of Wanted is of course noticable.
Except for a few violent scenes, all 3 Ferroni/Gemma westerns are not exactly what I'm expecting from a SW. They belong clearly to the early phase of SWs, in which costumes, story, characterizations are more influenced by naive american B-Westerns than by Sergio Leone.
But in an easy way they are quite entertaining.
I prefer Fort Yuma Gold (5/10), which has the most eventful story and the more interesting villains, followed by Wanted (5/10) and One Silver Dollar (4/10), which is a bit too plain.
I will get Ferroni's 4th western Il pistolero segnato da Dio, which wasn't released in Germany, with one of my next trades.