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YOUR LATEST RARE VHS PUCHASES
anthonyCSR
Feb 29 2012, 04:36 PM
A friend of my dad claimed he had several ex rental spaghetties and poliziotesschis, so within a week or two I will pay him a visit, hope there are some gems there

coohool!

YOUR LATEST RARE VHS PUCHASES
show those spaghetti westerns you found ! :P

They call him PRETTY FACE!
cannibal man
Feb 29 2012, 02:18 PM
i find it hard to believe there is no video release of duel for sundown that you know of.

there is almost bound to be a video release of this somewhere in the world but then again maybe ther is not.

weird but tru ........ all the video collecters that I know who collect spaghetti westerns or bud and terence movies, never saw an other versions of the movie than the german tv broadcast.

its one of these movies you dont understand why it never been released on dvd or why it is so bad promoted.
probably the rights of this movie are with some company that doesnt care, or want alott of money for the movie.


They call him PRETTY FACE!
the movies the duo made together:

God Forgives... I Don't!
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Ace High
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Boot Hill
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They Call Me Trinity...
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Trinity Is Still My Name
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the movies of Terence Hill:

Among Vultures
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Last of the Renegades
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Old Surehand
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Duell for Sundown
- Sadly this movie has never been released on video or dvd. As far as i know also NO english version of the movie is available, the only known available version of the movie is a german tv broadcast. (fullscreen - 93min)


Rampage at Apache Wells
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Crazy Western
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Viva Django
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Trinity Sees Red
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Man of the East
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My Name is Nobody
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The Genius
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the movies of Bud Spencer:

Beyond the Law
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Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die
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The 5 man Army
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Still looking for the Dutch RCA video release


Reason to Live, Reason to Die
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Cant be Done
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Buddy Goes West
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the westerns of Michael Coby and Paul Smith:

1974 - Carambola - directed by Ferdinando Baldi
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Still looking for the SSV STARVIDEO video release


1975 - Carambola's Philosophy - directed by Ferdinando Baldi
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1975 - We Are No Angels - directed by Gianfranco Parolini
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They call him PRETTY FACE!
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every body knows the bud spencer and terence hill movies (.....atleast the people from my generation and older :P ).
Bud Spencer (Carlo Pedersoli) and Terence Hill (Mario Girotti) had a very big influence on the spaghetti western gerne. They are best known for their comedy westerns.

terence hill performed allready in some winnetou movies, a very early euro western and a musical western before he started acting together with bud spencer.
the duo was first put together in the western trilogy of Giuseppe Colizzi.
God Forgives, I Don't (the first part of the trilogy) is absolute not a comedy western, but a tru dark spaghetti western.

the second part of the trilogy Ace High is together with Eli Wallach ..... but the movie is quite weak.......it lost most of the darkness, and lame humor is introduced ... still the movie has some nice action scene's

the third part Boothill, tries too much to be a comedy. most of the movie plays around a traveling circus. the acrobat style we allready seen in a sabata movie.
people were getting a little bit bored of the violend spaghetties and were looking for something new.

so in 1970 Enzo Barboni made the hit movie They Call me Trinity with bud spencer and terence hill. the movie was a world wide hit. the audiance had anuff of the violent westerns and were enjoyed having movies were you could go to with the whole family. short after, the second part of the trinity movies came. the movies were so sucsesfull that soon bud spencer and terence hill imitators came. the best known imitator duo is Michael Coby and Paul Smith, with their Carambola westerns.
Typical for these comedy westerns are the evry long humoristic bar fight scenes.

the comedy westerns were so popular, specially in germany. that the "non comedy" westerns were bud and or terence played in, were new cut and dubbed so the became comedies!!
so god forgives I dont, got a new title..... the violened scene's were cut out, and some wacky lines replaced the old dialogs! and a new movie was born.
Also in the german interpetation of the bud spencer movie It Can be Done, bud spencers horse can talk!?! and makes silly remarks ..... replacing the terence hill role ....

besides the 5 westerns bud spencer and terence hill made together, they also made several westerns alone (so not as a duo, ofcours with other actors).

Terence hill was a bit more active as bud spencer. terence made 11 westerns in his solo career, bud spencer only 6. terence hill made more comedy westerns .... one of his most sucsesfull movie is the late western They Call Me Nobody ...... a classic spaghetti western with a magic soundtrack.
bud spencer made more action packed westerns his most sucsesfull was A Reason to Live .... that movie also belongs in the top 25 best spaghetti westerns.

some nice information about bud spencer.
Alott off people only know him for his humoristick movies were he is presented as a big brute with a small heart ...... but what alott of people dont know.
bud spencer was a proffesional sporter before he started his acting career. bud spencer participated TWICE(!!) at the Olympic games, and whon several prices as a waterpolo player in italy. also he was educated as an attorney.


these are the movies the duo made together:

1967 - God Forgives... I Don't! - directed by Giuseppe Colizzi
1968 - Ace High - directed by Giuseppe Colizzi
1969 - Boot Hill - directed by Giuseppe Colizzi
1970 - They Call Me Trinity... - directed by Enzo Barboni
1971 - Trinity Is Still My Name - directed by Enzo Barboni


the movies of Terence Hill:

1964 - Among Vultures - directed by Alfred Vohrer
1964 - Last of the Renegades - directed by Harald Reinl
1965 - Old Surehand - directed by Alfred Vohrer
1965 - Duell for Sundown - directed by Leopold Lahola
1965 - Rampage at Apache Wells - directed by Harald Philipp
1967 - Crazy Western - directed by Ferdinando Baldi
1968 - Viva Django - directed by Ferdinando Baldi
1970 - Trinity Sees Red - directed by Mario Camus
1972 - Man of the East - directed by Enzo Barboni
1973 - My Name is Nobody - directed by Tonino Valerii
1975 - The Genius - directed by Damiano Damiani


the movies of Bud Spencer:

1968 - Beyond the Law - directed by Giorgio Stegani
1968 - Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die - directed by Tonino Cervi
1969 - The 5 man Army - directed by Don Taylor & Italo Zingarelli
1972 - Reason to Live, Reason to Die - directed by Tonino Valerii
1972 - Cant be Done - directed by Maurizio Lucidi
1981 - Buddy Goes West - directed by Michele Lupo


I didnt include the lucky luke movies and the trouble maker movie.
my collection goes from 1960 till +/- 1980

FS: Hardbox-DVDs (BIG BOXES)
how much would the seller like to have for these:
- der todes engel
- eiskalte typen auf heisen ofen
- die viper
- jager der apokalypse (does it has english audio option?)

Klaus Kinski
Last of the Renegades
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The Last Ride to Santa Cruz
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For a Few Dollars More
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A Bullet for the General
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If You Meet Sartana Pray for Your Death
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Man, Pride & Vengeance
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Ruthless Four
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The Great Silence
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Twice a Judas
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I Am Sartana Your Angel of Death
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And God Said To Cain
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The Beast
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Vengeance Trail
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Black Killer
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A Barrel Full of Dollars
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Shoot the Living and Pray for the Death
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Fistful of Death
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His Name Was King
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Price of Death
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The Return of Clint the Stranger
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Shangai Joe
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The Genius
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Return of Shanghai Joe
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Klaus Kinski
Who doesnt know him ......... Klaus Kinski, one of the most important faces of the euro cinema (probably because he played in so many movies).

Kinski played in so many movies, that I got the feeling he was more interested in the money, than the role he was playing. he was also often accused of this n interviews, but as never replied in a direct way on this question....

kinski played in 23 spaghetti westerns, some of the best spaghetties westerns made (for a few dollars more, bullet for the general, great silence) and some of the biggest trash ever produced (A Barrel Full of Dollars, Fistfull of Death).
I can imagen kinski was casted most of the time for his "hideous""mental" look in his face ...... or even betterto say.... his face.
I never really understood why people find kinski such a great actor ...... i just find him a mental case. he more or less allways plays the same role ...... namely, a mental case..

I enjoy kinski most when he plays a side role ...... I find him absolutely great in "for a few dollars more" were he plays a hunchbacked bandit who is being dissed by lee van cleef, he lights a match on kinski's hunchback ........ the way kinski looks at van cleef, you can allmost imagen that kinski is really insulted (great scene!)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kv0b9TxAtG4

their are some interviews with kinski (in german) were you can see what kind of impossible person he is. twisting every word the journalist is saying ..... accusing the journalist of saying things that were never said ...... talking about him self if he is gods gift to earth ....... you could allmost imagen the guy is under the influence of cocain!

I dont know how many movies kinski played in totall...... but these are the spaghetti westerns he was in:
1964 - Last of the Renegades - directed by Harald Reinl

1964 - The Last Ride to Santa Cruz - directed by Rolf Olsen

1965 - For a Few Dollars More - directed by Sergio Leone

1966 - A Bullet for the General - directed by Damiano Damiani

1968 - If You Meet Sartana Pray for Your Death - directed by Gianfranco Parolini

1968 - Man, Pride & Vengeance - directed by Luigi Bazzoni

1968 - Ruthless Four - directed by Giorgio Capitani

1968 - The Great Silence - directed by Sergio Corbucci

1969 - Twice a Judas - directed by Nando Cicero

1969 - I Am Sartana Your Angel of Death - directed by Giuliano Carnimeo

1970 - And God Said To Cain - directed by Antonio Margheriti

1970 - The Beast - directed by Mario Costa

1971 - Vengeance Trail - directed by Pasquale Squitieri

1971 - Black Killer - directed by Carlo Croccolo

1971 - A Barrel Full of Dollars - directed by Demofilo Fidani

1971 - Shoot the Living and Pray for the Death - directed by Giuseppe Vari

1971 - Fistful of Death - directed by Demofilo Fidani

1971 - His Name Was King - directed by Giancarlo Romitelli

1971 - Price of Death - directed by Lorenzo Gicca Palli

1972 - The Return of Clint the Stranger - directed by Alfonso Balcázar

1973 - Shangai Joe - directed by Mario Caiano

1975 - The Genius - directed by Giorgio Capitani

1975 - Return of Shanghai Joe - directed by Bitto Albertini




Angel Eyes
candela
Feb 25 2012, 04:47 PM
Any chance of you posting some screenshots of the Bad Man's River dvd ;)? I'd like to compare with my German DVD

sorry for the late reply candela, had some problemms with the vlc player on my laptop.

here are the screen shots, dvd has a run time of 88.04 min

INTERNATIONAL SWORD & SORCERY, BARBARIANS, KNIGHTS
what about this post apocalypse videoclip peter :lol:

song popped up in my head, when I looked for it on youtube, i saw how the videoclip fits the postapocalypse movies

when the rain begins to fall ...... when they still tried too make small movies of videoclips :P

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0QKyhgSqBw

Angel Eyes
nice paintig!

you probably also know van cleef was a painter aswell.


I also like the other van cleef movies.....not so much the old westerns. bt the film noirs he played ina re cool. and I find it a good reason to watch a euro movie when van cleef is in it.
to be honest I dont know his euro crime movies.
I do have his euro ww2 movie Commando, and I also have the Antonio Margheriti tapes were van cleef plays in, but im not collecting al his movies ........ allthough I think I have most of them.

cheap tapes on spanish ebay
i have been checking out this spanish ebayer seller. he has loads of cool tapes for very low strating prices!
bought two very rare tapes from him last week.

http://www.ebay.nl/sch/joanclan/m.html?ite...sid=p4340.l2562

Angel Eyes
no, i dont like the dirty harry or the other eastwood movies so much.....
think his highlights were the leone movies, and he build his image on those movies more or less.

Angel Eyes
the big gundown is as far as I know complete on the koch dvd release, sad anuff without english audio....does have english subs, optional italian or german audio.

the best movies are ofcours for a few dollars more, good bad ugly, big gundown, death rides a horse ...... the early entrances of the spaghetti western gerne.

the sabata movies are fun, but not tru dark spaghetties

big showdown has a good first 20min ...... than is slowly becomes not that interestng anymore.

day of anger is nice, but im not a big guliano gemma fan

his last 3 spaghetti westerns are very bad, the other movies arn't so special aswell.....avarage spaghetti stuff


Cinehollywood - Terza ipotesi su un caso di perfet
what westerns do you have? can give you a fair price for them.

Cinehollywood - Terza ipotesi su un caso di perfet
cool!!!!!

any referenses were these came from?
some guy in zurich told me once he sold a whole bunch of italian tapes to a dutch or belgium guy

try the italian forum: gentedirispetto ....... not alott of people are buying tapes, but maybe you are lucky with some titles!

any westerns among the 150?

Cinehollywood - Terza ipotesi su un caso di perfet
were did you get these italian tapes from guy?

from yur own collection, or from some rentel store?

Angel Eyes
For a Few Dollars More
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The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
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The Big Gundown
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Death Rides a Horse
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Day of Anger
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Beyond the Law
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Sabata
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Return of Sabata
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Captain Apache
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Bad Mans River
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The Big Showdown
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Blood Money
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God's Gun
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Take a Hard Ride
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Kid Vengeance
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Angel Eyes
who doesnt respect Lee van Cleef for his unforgettable role as Angel Eyes in The Good The Bad and The Ugly.
this movie was for me the movie that opened my eyes for the spaghetti westerns and the euro cinema. think I saw the movie atleast 10 times and still Im very impressed when i see it ...... can remember as a child copying the movie with playmobil.

Van cleef started in the us as a B acter in some great movies, westerns science fictions and some classic noirs ...... allways as a bad guy ...... in the 50's he had a serious car excident so he couldnt act so much ..... his acting career was a bit quiet.
Leone invited van Cleef to play in Leone's second western beside Eastwood in the movie For a few dollars more. the magic was their the movie was a great sucses, van Cleef made his introduction in the euro cinema and his career was running again.
after a few dollars more, van cleef started in the good the bad and the ugly next to eastwood and Eli Wallach (what a role wallach plays as Tuco!!!! the ultimate douchebag!!)

van Cleef got numerous job offers and decided to stay in Italy.
he started in few of the best dark spaghetti westerns made; the 2 leone movies, big gundown, death rides a horse .... sabata.
also in some of the biggest spaghetti trash ever made ...... kid vengeance.

Sabata was a big sucses, van cleef plays a more or less same character as he did in the Leone movies.....only than a bit playfuller, a bit more humor is added to his role. the movie was very sucsesfull, that it created a sub gerne in the spaghetti western scene. two official parts followed return of sabata (with van cleef) and adios sabata (not with an cleef, but with Yul Brynner ..... strage anuff I cant find an old ex-rentaltape of this movie...).
Gianfranco Parolini who made the sabata movies, continued the sabata style with the sabata clone Sartana, starring gianni garko.

also some non official sequels of the sabata movies were made, not starring van cleef or brynner
- Sabata the Killer
- Dig Your Grave, Sabata is Coming
- Watch out Gringo, Sabata Will Return
- Wanted Sabata

in totall van cleef played in 15 spaghetti westerns:

1965 - For a Few Dollars More - directed by Sergio Leone

1966 - The Good, The Bad and the Ugly - directed by Sergio Leone

1966 - The Big Gundown - directed by Sergio Sollima

1967 - Death Rides a Horse - directed by Giulio Petroni

1967 - Day of Anger - directed by Tonino Valerii

1968 - Beyond the Law - directed by Giorgio Stegani

1969 - Sabata - directed by Gianfranco Parolini

1971 - Return of Sabata - directed by Gianfranco Parolini

1971 - Captain Apache - directed by Alexander Singer

1971 - Bad Mans River - directed by Eugenio Martín

1972 - The Big Showdown - directed by Giancarlo Santi

1974 - Blood Money - directed by Antonio Margheriti

1975 - God's Gun - directed by Gianfranco Parolini

1975 - Take a Hard Ride - directed by Antonio Margheriti

1977 - Kid Vengeance - directed by Joseph Manduke

YOUR LATEST RARE VHS PUCHASES
violent napels on ev is such a beautifull tape!!!!!!!

i used to have it on betamax, if you ever want to do this tape awy, be sure to get a very good price for it!
got offered 60euro for a vhs not so long ago!!!!!