What's this for a Film?


(Italo-West-Fan) #1

Hi,
I’ve found 3 posters in the net, and I don’t know anything about the films. But I have the Posters:
Please write me a few informations, avaiable versions,… about the films. Thanks.
Here, of course, anyone can ask about movies, he does not know :slight_smile:

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(I’ve seen a short video of youtube. Looks crazy and stupid. Have anyone seen it ?)


(Yodlaf Peterson) #2

I clicked on one of the pictures to make it bigger and suddenly everything slowed down and I got hit with some pop-ups!


(Italo-West-Fan) #3

By me it works :-\


(Stanton) #4

I also had no problems.

The first one is a Mexican film by the famous director Emilio Fernandez.
He is best known outside Mexico for his acting in several Peckinpah films. General Mapache in The Wild Bunch.

I haven’t seen it.


(JonathanCorbett) #5

Yes, the first is Mexican film Un dorado de Pancho Villa (1967): in Italy was released as Mexico amore e sangue per un gringhero

Tara Pokì - released in May 1971 - is a mad cross between western and mafia movie: the main actor is Italian singer Mino Reitano (!) and there are two versions of the finale.

Pagò cara su muerte is the Spanish title of … E intorno a lui fu morte (1969) directed by Leòn Klimovsky, a 70% Italy/ 30% Spain coproduction.


(ENNIOO) #6

The last poster is another name for a western called Tierra Brava. Remember liking it, but one I need to re visit one day. A rare lead role for Giuglielmo Spoletini/William Bogart. Forum thread here:

http://www.spaghetti-western.net/forum/index.php/topic,1965.0.html


(Yodlaf Peterson) #7

[quote=“ENNIOO, post:6, topic:2775”]The last poster is another name for a western called Tierra Brava. Remember liking it, but one I need to re visit one day. A rare lead role for Giuglielmo Spoletini/William Bogart. Forum thread here:

http://www.spaghetti-western.net/forum/index.php/topic,1965.0.html[/quote]Not seen that one for a while, I’ve got a Japanese Vhs of it.


(Italo-West-Fan) #8

With English Audio ? :smiley:

Is Tara Poki and Un dorado de Pancho Villa avaiable in any form ?
from Tara Poki I#ve seen a short scene with Italian audio, I think.


(ENNIOO) #9

Yes…english audio.


(Italo-West-Fan) #10

Good to know :wink:

Here is the youtube Video to Tara Poki:


(JonathanCorbett) #11

I hope this is a sort of primitive music video and not a a scene from the film!
Plot in a few words
Mico loves Teresa/Tara but her father (a mafia boss) hinders their relationship, so he kills him and then flees to America where he becomes a bounty killer. After a while she reaches in order to marry, but the day of their wedding she kills him to vindicate her family honour.


(Italo-West-Fan) #12

Yes, looks really stupid. But i think the film is very rare, and it’s allways nice to see an rare film ! Even if he is bad.


(JonathanCorbett) #13
But i think the film is very rare, and it's allways nice to see an rare film

I absolutely agree on this :wink:


(Italo-West-Fan) #14

It’s available on DVD ! Have someone seen it ?


(JonathanCorbett) #15

No ratings but a couple of user reviews on IMDb


(Italo-West-Fan) #16

Have anyone seen one of these Westerns and can say something about it ?
Thanks for all infos ! :smiley:
-Adventurous youth
-Al oeste de Rio Grande
-Four rode out
-Fuera de la ley
-La guerrilla de Villa
-The Last Rebel
-Relevo para un pistolero

and the most important:
-Dans la poussiere du soleil aka Dust in the sun

I’ve read, thats a french western version of Hamlet !


(ENNIOO) #17

Re Four Rode Out, viewed earlier this year:

Interesting enough story. Characters remind me of school kids with all the bickering in the desert. A film at the end was it worth it for the lawman ? Leslie Nielsen is such a slime ball in this. Enjoyed the songs.


(Stanton) #18

Four Rode Out is nothing special, and not a SW.


(Stanton) #19

Yep, songs are pretty good. Joan Baez style


(Italo-West-Fan) #20

Whats your rating for "Four rode out " Ennioo and Stanton ?