- Actors: Yul Brynner, Dean Reed, Pedro Sanchez, Joseph Persaud, Susan Scott
- Directors: Frank Kramer
- Producers: Alberto Grimaldi
- Format: PAL
- Language: English
- Subtitles: Spanish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Danish, English, Swedish
- Dubbed: French, Spanish, German
- Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 15
- Studio: Twentieth Century Fox
- DVD Release Date: 5 Jun. 2006
- Run Time: 102 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B000F3PL1U
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 54,104 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Adios Sabata [DVD]
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'The Yul' resume his role as the master bandit, Sabata, in this cult Spaghetti western sequel.
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Top Customer Reviews
Well, the plain truth as I see it is that, in terms of production quality, IMHO this is the best of the three. It was a fun romp with good use made of the Almeria scenery and some lovely touches of direction (for example the thrown dagger through the portait, which then cuts the portait in two as it follows the unseen victim falling behind it. I also detected subtle homages to other spaghetti westerns, for example the closing music cutting in just as the 2nd lead was about to scream a parting curse at the lead - a la the ending of "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly".
Speaking of which, the music was quite good, recalling the original Sabata theme in fresh ways (music by Bruno Nicolai).
Yul Brynner wasn't bad in the part, though his shirt open to the navel irritated me a tad: he just needed a big gold medallion to scream "70s!".
So, while I'm sure that LVC would have been just as good in this role, in all honesty I can't discount the movie just because he was absent.
Bryner did not want to make a magnificent seven sequel and signed up to do a film called Indio Black.
Van Cleef didn't want to do another Sabata film and signed up to play Bryner's part in the magnificent seven sequel.
The producers then renamed Indio Black to Adios Sabata.
Onto the film itself.
Bryner's gun is one of the oddest I've seen - a small rifle with a magazine that looks like a harmonica that is pushed horizontally and the last chamber contains his cigar.
One guy uses metal balls that he drops into a groove in the top of his shoe then kicks it with lethal accuracy at his opponents
A model battleship that is not all it seems
Austrians - loads of them
Plot wise not exactly original - the theft of gold - but great fun
Pity about the picture quality as it is a good film.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The bad dubbing is the problem, in some places so out of sync that it spoils enjoyment of the film.Published 8 months ago by Asnac1
I remembered this film under the title 'The Bounty Hunters'Published 14 months ago by Mr. T. J. Phillimore
Great film but the Pegasus release is poor compared to the MGM releasePublished on 12 Feb. 2015 by Cineaste