Well, I'm sorry but Kinski is definitely not American-German. In fact he was born in a Polish territory that back then belonged to Germany (before WWII) !!! His real name is Klaus Günther Nacinski, or something !
Anyway, I'm surprised how much people know about him !!!
Unfortunately, I've seen most but not all of his Spaghettis ! "The Beast" (La Belva) for instance is one I've not seen yet. What do you think about it ? I know it's supposed to be very cheesy but I don't mind !
"The last ride to Santa Cruz" is a German production Italian style. It has lots of great German actors in it but is not above average. Kinski plays his very first western role in it and is doing alright. "Per una bara piena di dollari" is one of the Fidani trash-westerns but not the worst of 'em. Klaus is playing the role of Slander, a bandit boss behind the scenes. He's just brilliant as usual. Almost every time he's blowing away somebody,he screams 'Adios Companeros' (by the way the German title of the movie) !!! "His name was King" is one of the KSW I don't know yet. Richard Harrison is also in it. Is it any good ?
My KSW favorites are: 'The great silence' and 'E dio disse' a Caino' !!! But I like almost all of his movies, even though a lot of them are really cheap and not of good quality. I think he's doing a great job anyway, may the movie be as bad as it can be !!! I'm curious about 'La Belva' though !!!
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