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YOUR LATEST RARE VHS PUCHASES; A.K.A The penis measuring thread
Topic Started: Jun 5 2008, 06:23 PM (349,621 Views)
magnus
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Now, that is one cool cover, love the arabic touch!
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magnus
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Great that itīs subtitled as well. The obvious reason is of course that the label figure that this was a film that was mainly of interest for the arabs in England!
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Lars Jacobsson
Mar 1 2009, 09:10 PM
Robin, frecce, fagioli e karate:
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Unfortunely I payed waaay to much for this (a slaspstick Robin Hood by Tonino Ricci, hmm, I wonder of that is any good?;)) - but if you're a hardcore euroadventure collector you just need it in the collection.

haha,no need to worry Lars itīs a winner! very similar to Ricciīs karate in the wild west spectacle... if thatīs a sign of quality is anyones choice. must say Alan Steel is probably the most laidback and lackluster Robin Hood in adventurefilmhistory. That tape is, of course, very hard to find....
I also agree on all parts on Hur Marie träffade Fredrik... a thing of utter genious! "Man ska sluta när det är som godast".
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Lars Jacobsson
Mar 3 2009, 08:02 AM
Magnus: Yeah, I got a DVD-R of Karate in the Wild West (think I got it from you actually) but I have yet too see it. Maybe I should call in sick and try to catch up on all the slapstick-karate-adventure films I missed out on? Sweet thought... A triple feature with Robin Hood, Wild West & They Were Called Three Musketeers...But They Were Four! (a mega-silly musketeer-slapstick-karate film that I only made my way halfway through before my sanity protested and said "it's either me or this film... choose.").

I realise I really would get sick from that unholy slapstick assault.

Haha, yes that would be more than any brain could handle without frying. The Musketeers film is even worse than the other two combined, that i have somewhat sanity left after watching that one to the end is a sign of inner streght (or just that i donīt know whatīs good for me...).

I havenīt been buying any tapes or dvds for a few months, latest beeing this one:
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Original title is The Day Time Ended, swedish title translates as "war of the spaceships", needless to say (?) there is no spaceships and no war... a really, really strange film, donīt know if i like it or not to be honest, but itīs indeed a weird one.
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magnus
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Wow, The Wild Eye!!
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very much so, a great film!!
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Metalian
Apr 5 2009, 07:11 AM
Does this have many editions? It look a bit rare to me...

...E il terzo giorno arrivō il corvo (1973)
(On the Third Day Arrived the Crow)

Nice one.
this is one of the worst spaghettiwesterns iīve ever seen, Wiliam Berger stumbles around deaddrunk in a black outfit as The Crow and gets shot down pretty fast, not much else happens. total trash!
it has releases at least in Sweden, Finland and UK (as A fistfull of Death).
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magnus
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I have that one as well, but on mine the PAL square is checked, was it released both in Canada and Italy maybe? I got it from an Italian guy about a year ago, but still havenīt got round to watch the film... but very happy i have it!
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Jack: haha, yeah i know, not the most uncommon name here (neither among filmfreaks or regular joes). i guess the one over at Dvd-maniacs is Fds-Magnus (who puts out soundtracks & eurospy dvds)? Heīs a good friend of mine. the Gory-glory one is a funny character... weīll all meet on the 16th of May and get seriously pissed (same procedure as last year...)

ShootTom: haha, that really is some difference in picturequality! iīll have to watch mine soon and see if the PAL colors are as washed out. The sleeve is excactly the same as yours, only difference is the square checked with ballpen...
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not me...!
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