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|Daevid Binzel - (Forum Profile | Database page | Contributions)|
Daevid is a Spaghetti Western buff from Hesse, Germany. He is particularly interested in all kinds of Spaghetti Western pictures e.g. original film posters, lobby cards, DVD- and VHS covers to add to the database as well as reviewing the movies from the top to the bottom of the genre.
|Bluntwolf's Staff favorite|
Cost of Dying / Taste of Death / Quanto costa morire (1968, Sergio Merolle) - When Sheriff Bill Ransom (Raymond Pellegrin) is murdered by the vicious bandit leader Scafe (Bruno Corazzari), Scafe's button-man and right hand Earl (John Ireland) switches sides and teams up with Ransom's adoptive son Tony (Andrea Giordana) in order to atone for the crime. - Nice little autumn / winter western that apparently has fallen into oblivion. The movie impresses by its thick atmosphere, great cast, fantastic score (by Francesco de Masi) and simple but interesting plot. I recommend this movie especially for people who already know all the great Spaghetti-Westerns and are searching for some little known surprises of the genre. It's a shame there's no DVD-release available because this movie certainly deserves one !!! --Bluntwolf 22:50, 9 October 2007 (CEST)
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