They Call Him Cemetery

Gli Fumavano Le Colt... Lo Chiamavano Camposanto

(1971)

 

Cemetery / Ace - Gianni Garko

 

Duke - William Berger

 

George & John McIntire - John Fordyce & Chris Chittell

 

Directed by - Giuliano Carnimeo (Anthony Ascott)

 

Kills: 31

Ace -

Duke -

McIntire brothers -

other -

Reviewed version - Franco Cleef DVD-R

The two McIntire brothers returns to their fathers ranch and finds out that the ranchers are paying protection money to a band of bandits. They refuse paying and gets in trouble. The mystery stranger Ace seems to be protective towards the boys and teaches them how to use guns. The bandits hire some help also in the form of the bountyhunter Duke, who is an old friend of Ace.

Another one of the Carnimeo - Garko Spaghetti Westerns with a pinch of comedy. Maybe a bit too much focus on the brothers, specially in the beginning. Until Garko and Berger gets going a bit boring even. Garko does a Sartana type character (Black clothes, white horse, cool as ice). Berger also cool, when he "clicks" his collapsible mug we now something is going to happen.

Great music score once again by Bruno Nicolai.

The audio on the Franco Cleef DVD-R is a bit muffled and hard to hear the dialogue at some parts. The second time I watched it it was easier to follow the plot. Considering this is the only available widesceen presentation in english one can forgive the audio.

Geat stuff if you count the McIntire brothers out.

 

Some dialogue:

John McIntire: "-Rifles and handguns everywhere, babies sucking bullets, duels in every corner of the streets. Our arrival was certainly eventful."

Music clip: Main Theme.mp3

 

 

 

22 January 2006