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Fistful of Lead

George Hilton , Charles Southwood , Giuliano Carnimeo    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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Actors: George Hilton, Charles Southwood, Erika Blanc, Piero Lulli, Linda Sini Directors: Giuliano Carnimeo Writers: Tito Carpi Producers: Franco Palaggi, Sergio Borelli Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC Language: English Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.) Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 Number of discs: 1

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3.0 out of 5 stars The movie -- Yay! The transfer -- Boo! March 12 2004
The technical part of this review refers to the Brentwood Home Video or BCI Eclipse release of this film. As of this writing, the only available release.
4 stars for the movie, 1 star for the transfer to DVD.
Forgive me Clint´¿The good - The story of ´¿Fistful of Lead´¿ is actually quite good, with a few twists and turns I didn´¿t expect. Hey, even my wife liked this story of Sartana and his bounty hunter who play cat and mouse all through the movie. The stunts are well done, the gunplay is fast and the story moves right along.
The bad - Some of the acting is questionable, especially between the American and Italian actors, if a bit more time had been taken, maybe´¿.
The ugly - The transfer to DVD is not the worst, but put it this way. Just pretend you´¿re watching the movie on a UHF station overnight. To agree with others, it looks like it was taken from a tape and put on DVD. And if there were ever an argument to release wide screen movies in its original aspect ratio, this movie would make an excellent case. About three minutes into the movie, there is a scene where the camera wants you to believe you´¿re taking the point of view of looking through binoculars. You can see how much of the binoculars are missing. The pan and scan method on this movie is dreadful.
Still, for the money, it´¿s decent. But if you are a fan of westerns, this movie besides being available individually is also in a 10 pack called ´¿The Wild West´¿. For a little more than triple the price of this, you can get 10 pretty decent westerns. You can view this item on Amazon.com ....
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This is a great spaghetti western!!! It's full of that classic spaghetti action and comedy!!! It's nice to see these classics on DVD, but this movie deserves much,much better!!! The three star rating is for the movie, not the DVD, which looks like a SLP VHS tape!!! The picture is terrible, well, for a DVD anyway!!! But the sound is actually good, still this DVD is pretty bad. This DVD is not widescreen either and the picture is severely cropped!!!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Waste of time and money. Dec 28 2003
This movie should be sent free and have a $20.00 bill enclosed. The film quality is extremely poor, it is the worst sound dubbing I have encountered so far and the acting is not worth talking about. Stick with the Trinity movies and you can't go wrong.
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1.0 out of 5 stars a "bottom of the pasta plate" spaghetti western Sept. 27 2002
Originally titled "C'è Sartana... vendi la pistola e comprati la bara" (or, "I Am Sartana...Trade Your Guns for a Coffin"), this is one of the many sequels to the wildly successful "Sartana." Alas, this is also one of the hundreds of absolutely, positively terrible-in-every-way spaghetti westerns: bad acting, bad production values, bad writing, and just generally a bad idea. The director, Giuliano Carmineo, is responsible for such later dreck as "Death Warriors" and "Poker in Bed." The writer, Tito Carpi, is best known for such bottom-feeder material as "Thor, the Conqueror" and the deathless "Buck at the Edge of Heaven" (no joke). And its stars, George Hilton and Charles Southwood (whose penultimate film was "She No Longer Talks She Shoots"--again, no joke), are pale reflections in a cloudy mirror on a rainy day of Clint Eastwood and Franco Nero. In short, a relentlessly bad parodic western made by a cast and crew who specialized in exploitation flicks (mainly horror)--and fun only as a lark or a lesson in how cinema will, eventually, make anything by anybody, if someone thinks it will earn them a buck.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not as bad as I thought, but still a ripoff Aug. 3 2002
I bought this film ...for a laugh, but was actually kinda surprised that it wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be. It's still a rip-off of both Leone's 'Fistful of Dollars' and 'For a Few Dollars More', but is mildly entertaining for spaghetti western fans. Still, it should have been titled under it's other moniker, 'Trade Your Pistol in for a Coffin'
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