Texas Adiσs


Burt Sullivan - Franco Nero


Jim Sullivan - Alberto Dell΄Acqua


Directed by - Ferdinando Baldi


Kills: 72

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Reviewed version - Anchor Bay DVD

Burt Sullivan puts away his sheriff star and heads toward Mexico to bring to justice his fathers killer, Delgado. His younger and unexperienced brother insist on joining him. Together they ride down to Mexico after the now powerful man who killed their father. The two gringos are not welcome in Mexico.

Nice gun- and fistfight action but has a very slow pace otherwise so gets a bit boring. Burt insist on taking Delgado alive to justice, so they don't go in guns blazing. There is also a plot twist which tries to give the story more depth but it just makes it more boring.

The main music theme is pretty good even if I don't usually like the Spaghetti songs with vocals.

Franco Nero looks as cool as ever, the locations and action are great, that's enough to make a good Spaghetti Western.

Music clip: Texas Goodbye.mp3



5 Sep 2004