BOOT HILL: 1969 / 97 min. / Color
STARRING: TERENCE HILL, BUD SPENCER, WOODY STRODE, EDUADO CIANNELLI , GLAUCO ONORATO, ALBERTO DELL’ACQUA, NAZZARENO SAMPERLA, VICTOR BUONO
The Trinity boys, Terence Hill and Bud Spencer, take on a mining syndicate that is attempting to cheat a quiet town out of its gold claims. They band together with a gunfighter (Woody Strode) and a traveling circus troupe to defeat the syndicate and save the townspeople. Terence Hill and Bud Spencer became international superstars when they brought their unique brand of comedy to the big screen in They Call Me Trinity and its sequel, Trinity Is Still My Name. In this third installment, the great chemistry that made them one of the most popular duos in screen history continues.
DEATH RIDES A HORSE: 1967 / 120 min. / Color
STARRING: LEE VAN CLEEF, JOHN PHILLIP LAW , MARIO BREGA, LUIGI PISTILLI
The gunmen who killed five defenseless people made one big mistake. They should have killed six! Bill Meceita (John Phillip Law) lives for one purpose - to avenge the massacre of his family by the four bandits who occupy positions of authority in the new “civilized” West. Now, fifteen years later, he learns that one of the gang (Lee Van Cleef) is being released from prison and is seeking the men who framed him. Together they form an unholy alliance - a dynamic duo combining raw, untamed youth and the experience only a master gunfighter can offer in the Wild West.
THE GUNFIGHTERS: 1987 / 96 min. / Color
STARRING: GEORGE KENNEDY, ART HINDLE, REINER SCHOENE, ANTHONY ADDABBO, MICHAEL KANE LORI HALLIER, HOWARD KRUSCHKE, FRANCIS DAMBERGER, BEVERLEY HENDRY, WENDELL SMITH, MOIRA WALLEY
Deke Turner (George Kennedy), a ruthless landowner, will stop at nothing to drive the Everetts from their family ranch in Kansas. When the youngest brother kills someone who works for Turner in self-defense, Turner makes it appear that he killed an unarmed man. Now on the run, all three Everetts share a single goal; Revenge on the man who tried to destroy them. George Kennedy at one stage cornered the market at playing tough no-nonsense characters that were either quite crooked or had hearts of gold. Kennedy has notched up an impressive 200+ appearances in both TV and film, and is well respected within the Hollywood community, having earned an Oscar win as Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Cool Hand Luke (1967).
ONE-EYED JACKS: 1961 / 141 min. / Color
STARRING: MARLON BRANDO, KARL MALDEN, KAY JURADO, PINA PELLICER, BEN JOHNSON, SLIM PICKENS LARRY DURAN, SAM GILMAN, TIMOTHY CAREY, MIRIAM COLON, ELISHA COOK JR., RODOLFO ACOSTA, JOAN PETRONE
Not only did Marlon Brando star in this compelling and fascinating 1961 Western, but it is also the legendary actor’s only directorial effort. In the Old West of 1880, Kid Rio (Marlon Brando) and his partner ‘Dad’ Longworth (Karl Malden) are discovered robbing a bank on the Mexican border. Longworth abandons the Kid and escapes with the loot, leaving Rio to be captured and jailed. After five long years, an unrepentant Rio is released and, with a new gang, plans a bank robbery in a town where he is surprised to find Longworth has become a respectable sheriff. Rio feigns forgiveness, but all the while plots revenge against his double-crossing partner. A dark fable of double-cross and revenge begins to unfold as Rio falls in love with the suspicious Longworth’s beautiful stepdaughter.