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Spaghetti Westerns - 20 Movie Pack


Spaghetti Westerns

20 Movie Pack

$ 9.98 MSRP


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Action, Western
Lee Van Cleef, Jack Palance, Jeffrey Hunter
Cameron Mitchell, Richard Harrison, Klaus Kinski
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32 Hours 8 Minutes
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Mill Creek Entertainment
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Spaghetti Westerns - 20 Movie Pack
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A collection of classic Westerns featuring some of your favorite stars including Lee Van Cleef, Richard Harrison, Jack Palance, Joseph Cotten, Klaus Kinski and many more!

You'll be thrilled at the action, suspense and drama involved with these twenty films specially selected for this DVD set. Hours of entertainment await you in this fine collection of cinema features that cover tales of the Old West!


Disc 1

Beyond The Law
Starring Lee Van Cleef, Antonio Sabato, Lionel Stander
(1968) Color 109 Minutes Not Rated
A western town gains a new sheriff with a dark past and a hidden agenda. It turns out the new sheriff is really a former bandit pretending to have reformed his ways. The lawman plans to hijack a cavalry payroll and take the shipment of silver before his former partner can make off with it.

Apache Blood
Starring Ray Danton, De Witt Lee, Troy Nabors
(1975) Color 89 Minutes Rated R
An Apache brave, the surviving member of his tribe, vows to avenge his people by finding and killing the soldiers responsible for their deaths. Tracking down the squad of soldiers who had some hand in the killings, the Apache begins to stalk and kill them. A guide traveling with the soldiers, but not responsible for the deaths, suddenly finds himself alone and battling the elements for survival as well as the Apache brave.

This Man Can’t Die
Starring Guy Madison, Lucienne Bridou, Rik Battaglia
(1967) Color 90 Minutes Not Rated
Two government agents are working on an arms smuggling assignment and pose as arms dealers to infiltrate a gang. One of the agents returns home to find his parents murdered and his sister assaulted. Seeking revenge, the agent heads out to track down those responsible.

Gunfight at Red Sands
Starring Richard Harrison, Giacomo Rossi-Stuart, Mikaela
(1964) Color 95 Minutes Not Rated
An early forerunner of the popular “spaghetti western” format, this thrill-packed feature stars Richard Harrison as a Civil War fighter, who engages in bloody combat with the enemy, and wages a personal vendetta against his despised foster father. There is plentiful violence and mayhem as the story moves to its inevitable climax.

Disc 2

Death Rides a Horse
Starring Lee Van Cleef, John Phillip Law, Anthony Dawson
(1968) Color 114 Minutes Not Rated
Bill Meceita (John Phillip Law), as a young boy, witnessed the assault and murder of his parents and sister by a gang of four robbers. Fifteen years have passed and he now sets out to track down the four killers and exact his revenge. Along the way, he meets up with Ryan (Lee Van Cleef) an aged outlaw who is trying to find his old gang to get the money they owe him and make them pay for setting him up for a prison sentence. The two realize that they’re looking for the same men and decide to ride together, becoming fast friends along the way. Things grow complicated between the two when Billy discovers that Ryan was present when his family was brutalized and murdered.

Sundance and the Kid
Starring Giuliano Gemma, Nino Benvenuti, Sydne Rome
(1969) Color 83 Minutes Not Rated
Two constantly fighting brothers receive news of a huge inheritance. The two will split $300,000 if they can live together for six months. The two agree to try and put their differences aside and work for the inheritance but problems arise when the two men fall in love with the same girl.

Grand Duel
Starring Lee Van Cleef, Horst Frank, Peter O’Brien
(1974) Color 90 Minutes Rated R
In one of a long series of spaghetti westerns, Lee Van Cleef stars as Clayton, a hard-as-nails gunman who is pitted against an equally tough opponent in Saxon (Horst Frank). Clayton turns out to have a softer side when he befriends a young cowboy named Newland (Peter O’Brien) who has been wrongly accused of murder. The good guys and the bad guys are almost interchangeable as the story reaches its inevitable climax.

Twice a Judas
Starring Klaus Kinski, Antonio Sabato, Cristina Galbo
(1969) Color 92 Minutes Not Rated
Luke Barrett (Antonio Sabato) is a man who was swindled and his wife and father murdered. He ends up with amnesia which hinders his attempt to track down the culprit. All signs point to a mysterious man with the name Dingus but, can he trust his instincts?

Disc 3

Man from Nowhere
Starring Giuliano Gemma, Fernando Sancho, Corinne Marchand
(1966) Color 114 Minutes Not Rated
Torrez Gordon (Fernando Sancho) needs new members for his Scorpion Gang, so he breaks into the local jail and gives the prisoners a “join up with me or die” offer. Everyone accepts the terms except for Arizona Colt (Giuliano Gemma), who leaves for the nearby town of Blackstone Hill. Once reaching there, he finds that the Scorpion Gang has moved into town, where they have murdered a saloon girl and plan on committing a major robbery. Colt agrees to help the townspeople rid themselves of the gang in exchange for a fee plus the beautiful sister of the murdered saloon girl.

Minnesota Clay
Starring Cameron Mitchell, Fernando Sancho, Alberto Cevenini
(1965) Color 85 Minutes Not Rated
Minnesota Clay is an aging gunfighter imprisoned for a murder he did not commit. Forced to escape from the jail before his date with the hangman’s noose, our gunfighter sets out to track down the man who withheld evidence at his trial which would have proved his innocence. Minnesota Clay must stay one step ahead of the law so he can clear his name, in spite of the fact he is slowly going blind.

White Comanche
Starring Joseph Cotten, William Shatner, Rosanna Yanni
(1968) Color 94 Minutes Not Rated
Twin brothers battle with each other and their identity crises as they come to grips with what it means to be the children of a white father and an Indian mother. This film is notable for the early co-star role of William Shatner, as the half-breed twin brothers.

China 9, Liberty 37
Starring Warren Oates, Sam Peckinpah, Fabio Testi
(1978) Color 92 Minutes Rated R
When a condemned gunfighter named Clayton is reprieved by an unscrupulous railroad company, the trade off is the assassination of an unsuspecting rancher named Matthew. When Clayton arrives at his target’s ranch, he can’t bring himself to go through with the killing. To his surprise, Matthew’s wife Catherine joins him, believing she has killed her husband. She turns out to be mistaken and an enraged Matthew joins forces with the equally peeved railroad company to hunt the pair down

Disc 4

It Can Be Done Amigo
Starring Jack Palance, Bud Spencer, Renato Cestie
(1973) Color 98 Minutes Rated PG
Sonny (Jack Palance) is one very unhappy gunslinger. Coburn (Bud Spencer) has seduced the gunman’s sister, and now Sonny is insistent that the young punk marry her to escape the shame and stigma of their behavior. Once the shotgun wedding occurs Sonny plans to kill the kid. In the meantime Coburn has taken a little boy, whose uncle was gunned down, under his wing.

God’s Gun
Starring Lee Van Cleef, Jack Palance, Richard Boone
(1975) Color 97 Minutes Rated R
Father John (Lee Van Cleef) is gunned down in cold blood by Sam Clayton (Jack Palance), which allows Clayton and his gang to control Juno City. A young lad witnesses the crime and heads off to Mexico in search of Father John’s brother Lewis (Van Cleef in a dual role), a retired gunslinger. Lewis agrees to travel back to Juno City to seek revenge on Clayton for murdering his father. The excellent supporting cast includes Leif Garrett, Richard Boone and Sybil Danning.

The Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe
Starring Chen Lee, Klaus Kinski, Gordon Mitchell
(1972) Color 94 Minutes Rated R
A Chinese immigrant with amazing Martial Arts fighting skills arrives in the American Old West and finds it full of injustice, especially for outsiders such as him. Searching for some peace in this hostile land, our stranger finds himself at odds with a rich cattle baron who has been exploiting the Mexican ranchers across the border. Not only must our stranger battle the cattle baron’s ranch hands but he must face off against a ruthless bounty hunter who takes pleasure in skinning his victims alive.

Between God, the Devil and a Winchester
Starring Richard Harrison, Gilbert Roland, Ennio Girolami
(1968) Color 98 Minutes Rated R
A map to a hidden treasure taken from a Spanish Mission is recovered by a young boy, who takes it to the local priest. Recognizing the significance of the map, the priest sets out to secure the treasure for the church. The priest secures the services of a guide to help in finding the treasure and the two men set out on their quest, followed closely behind by bandits who murdered the original map owner.

Disc 5

Trinity and Sartana
Starring Robert Widmark, Harry Baird, Beatrice Pella
(1972) Color 102 Minutes Not Rated
Sartana (Robert Widmark) and Trinity (Harry Baird) are two cowboys who reluctantly team up. The two discover some common goals of searching for gold and getting into fights that bring the two together. Anyone who is a fan of the comedy westerns such as the Trinity films series must see this movie.

Find a Place to Die
Starring Jeffrey Hunter, Pascale Petit, Ted Carter
(1968) Color 89 Minutes Not Rated
A sister and brother come into possession of a gold mine but are attacked and driven off by a gang of thieves. With her brother dead, the sister makes it to the nearest town to look for help. There she finds a former Confederate soldier turned gunslinger who agrees to help her get back the mine and avenge her brother’s murder.

Johnny Yuma
Starring Mark Damon, Lawrence Dobkin, Rosalba Neri
(1966) Color 100 Minutes Not Rated
A woman sets her sights upon her husband’s fortune and enlists her brother into murdering the man. The man’s heir, his nephew, arrives after learning of his uncle’s death and he quickly becomes a target of the evil woman. Uncovering her evil plans, the nephew attempts to bring the woman and her henchmen to justice and gain revenge for the murder of his uncle.

Fistful of Lead
Starring George Hilton, Charles Southwood, Erica Blanc
(1970) Color 93 Minutes Not Rated
Gunfighter and bounty hunter Sartana finds himself the witness to the robbery of a gold shipment by a band of desperados. Following the bandits in the hopes of getting the gold for himself, he finds his way to a company town where the shipment was originally heading to. Sartana gets hired by the company owner to protect his next shipment but finds that not everything is as it seems in this remote Western town.