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A Hungarian western
Topic Started: Mar 11 2009, 09:30 PM (572 Views)
andras
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I have uploaded a couple of pics from this excellent gulasch-western that fans should see. It's very much like a sparse,sombre spaghetti-western but in Eastern setting and traditional music.And it has the Hungarian Bud Spencer in it.The cinematography is great even though the print is too dark on the dvd (The English subtitling is not that bad).
More pictures: http://deliriahungaria.blogspot.com/2009/0...976-vizual.html
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Canisius
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Looking at the nose, this must be the Hungarian Lee Van Cleef then! :)
"These Parker House Rolls-they belong to my Ma!"
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shootgringoshoot
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could you give a link of a good online store were I can buy this dvd.
looks interesting

I do have a few romanian, tsjech and russian westerns, but no hungarian
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Watched Talpuk alatt fütyül a szél (1976) yesterday and I have to say that I liked this very much. Interesting characters, nice locations and beautiful music. Recommended!
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