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I am a 16 year old- student from Vienna (Austria). The first SW I watched was “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”, which is still my favourite one. I really liked it, so I continued watching, first with the other Leone-Films, then with Sergio Corbuccis “Django” and “The Great Silence”. I am trying to contribute something to this database by designing new graphics, polishing up old pages and adding more Trailers & Clips to the database. I am also responsible for the SWDB-YouTube-Chanel.

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My Pick:

Anda muchacho, spara! / At the End of the Rainbow (1971 / Director: Aldo Florio)

Cast: Fabio Testi (Roy Greenford), Eduardo Fajardo (Redfield), Massimo Serato (Emiliano), Luciano Pigozzi (Barber)

Roy (Fabio Testi) escapes from an American prison and hides in a mining village, where a squire (Eduardo Fajardo) and his bandits are tyrannising the miners and take away their earnings. He works out a plan to pit them against each other...

This forgotten masterpiece was a flop, because it was shot in 1971, a time, when Western-Comedies were a lot more popular than serious SWs. The final duel, where Roy appears in a poncho, reminds a little of Sergio Leone's “A Fistful of Dollars”, Bruno Nicolai's music is considered one of the 20 most popular soundtracks in Ulrich P. Bruckner's “Für ein paar Leichen mehr” and the story is told in many well used cutbacks. Apart from all that Fabio Testis acting is just great. "Anda muchacho, spara!" is definitely one of the best SWs from the late period of the genre. -- Dicfish 11:39 2 January 2010 (CET)


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Alexander Fischer

  • About me: I am a 17 year old- student from Vienna (Austria). The first SW I watched was “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”, which is still my favourite one. I really liked it, so I continued watching, first with the other Leone-Films, then with Sergio Corbuccis “Django” and “The Great Silence”. I am trying to contribute something to this database by designing new graphics, polishing up old pages and adding more Trailers & Clips to the database. I am also responsible for the SWDB-YouTube-Chanel.
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