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A BULLET FOR SANDOVAL: John Warner (George Hilton) is a rebel soldier who deserts his outfit on the eve of battle and goes over the border into Mexico to be with his girlfriend when she gives birth to their child. When he arrives Warner finds that his fiancée has died in childbirth and her father, played by Ernest Borgnine, lusts only to kill him. Raw, savage Western fare in the tradition of A Fistful of Dollars, co-directed by Lucio Fulci, one of the masters of blood-soaked Italian horror/fantasies and sexy thrillers. RT: 91min, Color, 2.35:1, PG, 1970 ANY GUN CAN PLAY: A 1967 spaghetti western starring Gilbert Roland, Edd Byrnes and George Hilton. It follows a familiar pattern of protagonists searching for gold, double-crossing one another and a high body count. The three main characters continually change allegiances and get the upper hand only to be thwarted by fellow outlaws, mysterious insurance investigators and each other. This was Hilton's first big role and he is quite winning as "Stranger" as is veteran Roland as the bandit Monetero. In the opening scene one of the three outlaws is dressed very similar to Clint Eastwood's character in The Man with No Name. RT: 105 min, Color, 2.35:1, PG, 1967 THE STRANGER’S GUNDOWN: With its horror-movie styling and ultra-violent nature, this perfect example of a Euro gothic western garnered an “X” rating on its initial Italian release. During the Civil War, three Confederate officers, leaders of a Confederate regiment, sell out to the Yankees, kill the sentries and allow the enemy troops to slaughter their whole company. One of their men, however, does not die… Left for dead, the Stranger (Anthony Steffen, Italy’s answer to Clint Eastwood!) lies unconscious on the ground, severely wounded. Several years go by and, as though coming back from hell, the Stranger begins hunting down his enemies – the men that left him for dead. Is he a ghost, or just a man – hell-bent on revenge! RT: 99 min, Color, 1.85:1–Widescreen Transfer Enhanced for 16x9 Monitors, PG, 1974 TODAY WE KILL…TOMORROW WE DIE!: Bill Kiowa (Montgomery Ford) is released after a five-year prison term for a crime he did not commit. The bandit El Fego (Tatsuya Nakadai), who did the actual crime, also killed Kiowa’s young Indian wife. Once free Kiowa raises a gang to go after the man who framed him. An Italian western in the "A Fistful of Dollars" mold with a better than average cast, which includes Bud Spencer in the debut of his heavy-handed character, later made famous in the "Trinity" series and the outstanding Japanese actor Tatsuya Nakadai, famous for his role in Akira Kurosawa’s "Kagemusha". And uncharacteristically written by horror-meister Dario Argento. Digitally re-mastered from a 35mm print with the alternate U.S. title "Today It's Me… Tomorrow You". RT: 95 min, Color, 1.85:1 – Anamorphic Widescreen Enhanced for 16x9 Monitors, PG, 1968

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Bonus Features: THE STRANGERS GUNDOWN: Widescreen Transfer Enhanced for 16x9 monitors, Spaghetti Western Trailers TODAY WE KILL…TOMORROW WE DIE!: Anamorphic Widescreen Enhanced for 16x9 monitors, Spaghetti Western Trailers A BULLET FOR SANDOVAL: Theatrical Trailer, 2.35:

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