- Directors: Enzo G. Castellari
- Format: Box set, Dolby, PAL, Widescreen
- Language: English
- Region: All Regions
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
- Number of discs: 3
- Studio: Argent Films
- DVD Release Date: 21 Jun. 2010
- Run Time: 300 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 13 customer reviews
- ASIN: B003JH1WQM
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 60,117 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Cult Spaghetti Westerns Box Set - DJANGO, A BULLET FOR THE GENERAL, KEOMA [DVD]
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Third 3 DVD box set contains: DJANGO Banned in UK until the 90s, Sergio Corbucci s influential western stars Franco Nero as Django, the mysterious lone gunfighter who arrives in a bleak, muddrenched town. Caught in the middle of a violent feud between two gangs of sadistic bandits, Django will need to fight for his life armed with his devastating revolving Gatling gun. Music by Oscar ® Winner Luis Enriquez Bacalov (IL POSTINO) 1966, ENGLISH AUDIO, RESTORED FROM ORIGINAL NEGATIVE ,16/9 ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN, PAL, COLOUR, 87m 51s (LONGEST EVER) A BULLET FOR THE GENERAL aka QUIEN SABE? During the Mexican Revolution, a gang of bandits led by the charismatic El Chuncho (a mesmerising Gian Maria Volonté of the DOLLARS films) are stealing weapons for the rebel General Elias. During a raid on a train, a mysterious gringo, Tate, assists the bandits by killing the train driver. Tate infiltrates the gang, which also includes the crazed priest, El Santo (Klaus Kinski) and the beautiful Adelita (007 s Martine Beswick). But Tate is in fact a covert US assassin sent to kill the rebel General Elias. Featuring music by Oscar Winner ® Ennio Morricone. 1966, ENG, 16/9 WIDESCREEN, PAL, COL, 114min (ORIGINAL RESTORED VERSION) KEOMA, is director Enzo G. Castellari s (The Bronx Warriors; the original Inglorious Bastards) acknowledged masterpiece. Franco Nero stars as Keoma, a gunslinger, who on his return to his hometown finds his half brothers have joined the evil gang of a sadistic local villain. Intent on restoring law and order, Keoma, aided by the banjo-playing (Woody Strode), must fight this horde of ruthless killers to the bitter deadly end. 1976, ENG, RESTORED 16/9 WIDESCREEN, PAL, COL, 96min 37secs (LONGEST EVER) Special Features: Each DVD with Reversible Sleeve featuring the original artwork of the film Exclusive in-depth presentation of each film by acclaimed filmmaker Alex Cox (Repo Man, Sid And Nancy) in the style of his epoch-making Moviedrome BBC series. Exclusive, lively interviews with: Franco Nero (DJANGO); director Damiano Damiani (BULLET FOR THE GENERAL) and an outspoken Enzo G. Castellari (KEOMA). Theatrical trailers. Trailers for Argent s other western releases.
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A Bullet for the General is a five star spaghetti western which is on a par with the great ones from Leone. Violent, funny, better acting than usual, and a good conversion to DVD. Dubbing isn't too noticeable. The ending was a surprise to me. To get to the end, we have the usual slaughter of Mexicans, double crossing, and a carefree approach to attention to detail. Hugely enjoyable.
Keoma was a disappointment and scrapes three stars. There was background noise on the DVD, an awful woman screeching her way through the noisy background music, and another odd old woman wandering around the action from time to time. The baddie lacks presence so cannot be seen as a formidable opponent. Compared to some spaghetti westerns, he wasn't even bad. The rivalry between Keoma and his brothers had little edge although the father's preference for Keoma over his brothers, and the reasons for this, came through. The young female lead is pretty. Lot's of dead bodies as usual.
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