Euro Cult Movie Forum => Spaghetti Westerns => Topic started by: Fray G on 28 Jul 2007 - 22:15

Title: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Fray G on 28 Jul 2007 - 22:15
Anyone shelling out on this Anolis Ltd. edition "Woodbox"? I've wanted to see this for a while, and probably will go for it. It's always got decent reviews, is it good?

http://xploitedcinema.com/catalog/cemetery-without-crosses-anolis-limited-edition-release-p-12305.html

Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses(Robert Hossein,1969)
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 28 Jul 2007 - 22:26
No. I didn't like it at all. It apes THE GREAT SILENCE in tone and execution. There's a discussion on this film going on at sergio leone web board about this release. Here's a link to the page where the new release is discussed. My brief review for it is here. I'm Arizona Colt over there.

http://www.fistful-of-leone.com/forums/index.php?topic=1590.30

But don't take my word for it. You may in fact enjoy the movie. I did not.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses(Robert Hossein,1969)
Post by: Fray G on 28 Jul 2007 - 22:42
I'll take your thoughts on board, I am really tempted though. If it apes the Great Silence that's a plus for me and i'm intrigued to see the Ghost town, plus it seems like a really well packaged release(which I can be a sucker for).

I'll be pretty glum if I don't like it after spending $45 plus postage.  >:(
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses(Robert Hossein,1969)
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 28 Jul 2007 - 22:45
Sent you a PM Fray...
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses(Robert Hossein,1969)
Post by: Dorado on 28 Jul 2007 - 23:15
This is a very good SW IMO, it’s not a top 10 SW, but its close.
The film has some of the best cinematography for any SW and one of the best duel scene scores.
 
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses(Robert Hossein,1969)
Post by: The Hunchback on 29 Jul 2007 - 00:22
This is a very good SW IMO, it’s not a top 10 SW, but its close.
The film has some of the best cinematography for any SW and one of the best duel scene scores.
 



I think it's top ten material (It's on mine).

I enjoy how perverse all the characters are. There is not one redeeming feature in any of them. Even the victimized widow allows her enemy's daughter to be raped by her murdered husbands brothers. She even makes her enemies dig up her husbands corpse to parade him over to another cemetery.


I thought about buying the wooden box set myself.

But I might just stick with my Japanese copy which seems to have a better presentation.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses(Robert Hossein,1969)
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 29 Jul 2007 - 03:30
A terribly overrated movie. Maybe that's what ruined it for me. Barely anything happens. The atmosphere is the only going for this picture and that's not enough for me to dole out $50 for this one.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses(Robert Hossein,1969)
Post by: paperbag on 02 Aug 2007 - 10:29
Yeah I agree, I didn't like it either.. but I need to see it a 2nd time to make sure.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 02 Aug 2007 - 10:35
Here are some comparisons between the Japanese and German releases

http://disc.server.com/discussion.cgi?id=160642;article=152743;show_parent=1

The German one looks better framed but i think the Japanese one has a nicer picture.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Nico Giraldi on 02 Aug 2007 - 19:24
Well, for me this is one of the best spaghettis ever and belongs to my top5. It's kind of art-house western and different so it's not for everyone's taste.

I would like to see the interviews on the german disc but I'm not going to spend that much money to just see them.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Mart85 on 02 Aug 2007 - 19:53
Well, for me this is one of the best spaghettis ever and belongs to my top5. It's kind of art-house western and different so it's not for everyone's taste.

I would like to see the interviews on the german disc but I'm not going to spend that much money to just see them.

Same here.

Thanks for the link to the comparison Tanzi.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: LANZETTA on 07 Aug 2007 - 17:19
The only thing i like about this movie is the musical score and i totally agree that it tries to rip-off the far superior GREAT SILENCE.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: The Hunchback on 08 Aug 2007 - 02:25
i totally agree that it tries to rip-off the far superior GREAT SILENCE.


I honestly don't see how that is. Just because it has a downer ending?
Then I guess ARRIVA SABATA and HELLBENDERS was trying to rip off TGS as well since they both had downer endings. :-*
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 08 Aug 2007 - 03:45
The tone is the same. I knew nothing about it going in and it immediately reminded me of GS.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: LANZETTA on 10 Aug 2007 - 11:51
Me too,i haven't watched CWC in a while but as well as tonally there are other similarities such as both movies having vengeful widows and also both contain a soppy stringed instrument love theme.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Fray G on 15 Aug 2007 - 21:16
Got to see this the other night, hats off to the Commissario.
I liked this one, mainly due to the cool downbeat atmosphere. Sparse with dialogue and nice ramshackle sets were plusses. It could have used a bit more action and I thought Hossein's mug did'nt particularly fit the role but i'll definately return to it. I liked the ending a lot, it was pretty effectively shot.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 15 Aug 2007 - 22:04
Still gonna spring for that nice new special edition, Fray G?
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Fray G on 15 Aug 2007 - 22:14
Still gonna spring for that nice new special edition, Fray G?

Ooh, i dunno. I liked the film but did I like it $45 + postage worth? I'll watch it again a couple of times before investing that much in it.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 15 Aug 2007 - 22:19
Still gonna spring for that nice new special edition, Fray G?

Ooh, i dunno. I liked the film but did I like it $45 + postage worth? I'll watch it again a couple of times before investing that much in it.
This may sound like i'm being a tight cunt but i'm going to wait to see if i can get one cheaply later down the line as i already have a Japanese edition.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 15 Aug 2007 - 22:22
You paid $50 for that one, too right? The japanese discs of the westerns are mostly all $50. The one I had was a dupe of the japanese release.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 15 Aug 2007 - 22:29
You paid $50 for that one, too right? The japanese discs of the westerns are mostly all $50. The one I had was a dupe of the japanese release.
I've got it in one of the "Macaroni western bible" boxsets and believe it or not i think they worked out more expensive than buying them singly, but the packaging 8)
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 15 Aug 2007 - 22:33
I bought one of the two Guiliano Gemma boxsets. It was four movies plus a fifth disc of interviews. Great packaging. It was cheaper than buying them separately. Would have bought the other one but none of the films had an english track. There was a beautiful print of ARIZONA COLT aka MAN FROM NOWHERE in there.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: The Hunchback on 15 Aug 2007 - 23:04
I bought one of the two Guiliano Gemma boxsets. It was four movies plus a fifth disc of interviews. Great packaging. It was cheaper than buying them separately. Would have bought the other one but none of the films had an english track. There was a beautiful print of ARIZONA COLT aka MAN FROM NOWHERE in there.

did they have english subs at least?
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 15 Aug 2007 - 23:06
No. italian only or japanese subs. One of them I think had english subs.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: The Hunchback on 15 Aug 2007 - 23:11
No. italian only or japanese subs. One of them I think had english subs.


FUCK
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 15 Aug 2007 - 23:14
It's OOP anyway. ONE SILVER DOLLAR (I think this one had the subs) and FORT YUMA GOLD (no english track or subs) were in there as well.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: The Hunchback on 15 Aug 2007 - 23:18
It's OOP anyway. ONE SILVER DOLLAR (I think this one had the subs) and FORT YUMA GOLD (no english track or subs) were in there as well.

I have good transfers of the those (except FYG which I can get a better transfer elsewhere and cheaply)

I just wnated it for a better looking ARIZONA COLT. The Wild East version makes me want to puke. Shameful.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 15 Aug 2007 - 23:20
yeah, not to mention towards the end numerous bits of dialog are cut from print damage. The Shaw film ROAR OF THE LION (1980) has a finale very similar to the one in AC.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: The Hunchback on 15 Aug 2007 - 23:45
yeah, not to mention towards the end numerous bits of dialog are cut from print damage. The Shaw film ROAR OF THE LION (1980) has a finale very similar to the one in AC.


They Kung-fu fight in a coffin storage hut?
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 15 Aug 2007 - 23:56
The villain pursues the hero into a haunted house at night. It's dark and several false scares then a guy in a mask shows up. The hero and villain exit. The Manchus show up unexpectedly and skewer the villain. The hero, realizing he cannot escape leaps into the air as the Manchus riddle his body with arrows. You'd have to see it. The ending in AC immediately reminded me of ROAR THE LIONS ending. Some bits play out exactly. Since spaghettis played in Shaws numerous theaters I'm sure this one did as well.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 16 Aug 2007 - 00:44
It's OOP anyway. ONE SILVER DOLLAR (I think this one had the subs) and FORT YUMA GOLD (no english track or subs) were in there as well.
ONE SILVER DOLLAR was on one of the earlier boxes and definately has English on it.

the Giuliano Gemma Box set has ARIZONA COLT, FORT YUMA GOLD and BEN AND CHARLIE in it but as you said No English whatsoever.

This annoyed me because at first if the film had no English they still put English subs on some of them, then they started releasing box sets of 3 instead of 4 with one film in English and the others with Italian, French (or whatever the print was in) with japanese subs only. what an annoyance.

I have all the boxes apart from that later Gemma one and the Trinity box
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 16 Aug 2007 - 00:46
Yeah, that later Gemma box has all titles with english dubs on them. They have a War Boxset with a Gemma war film I want to see called CORBARI.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 17 Aug 2007 - 06:38
For those interested check out this review for CEMETERY WITHOUT CROSSES. The most interesting bit is the section on the extras. Seems Leone directed a scene in this movie as well...I guess those from the other board will now say this is a Leone movie as well...!
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 17 Aug 2007 - 07:29
Yeah, that later Gemma box has all titles with english dubs on them. They have a War Boxset with a Gemma war film I want to see called CORBARI.
CORBARI is great, it's about Gemma leading a gang of partisans.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Mart85 on 17 Aug 2007 - 16:22
Yeah, that later Gemma box has all titles with english dubs on them. They have a War Boxset with a Gemma war film I want to see called CORBARI.
CORBARI is great, it's about Gemma leading a gang of partisans.

Seconded and it has quite an ending too.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Stephen Grimes on 17 Aug 2007 - 16:41
CORBARI is great, it's about Gemma leading a gang of partisans.
Is Sergeant Klems in the same vein as Corbari?
Was reading about it the other day and it sounds quite interesting.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 17 Aug 2007 - 16:58
Yeah, that later Gemma box has all titles with english dubs on them. They have a War Boxset with a Gemma war film I want to see called CORBARI.
CORBARI is great, it's about Gemma leading a gang of partisans.

Seconded and it has quite an ending too.
I know, totally unexpected
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: LANZETTA on 17 Aug 2007 - 19:18
For those interested check out this review for CEMETERY WITHOUT CROSSES. The most interesting bit is the section on the extras. Seems Leone directed a scene in this movie as well...I guess those from the other board will now say this is a Leone movie as well...!

http://www.dvdmaniacs.net/
This reminds me to ask Thomas Weisser on the "No pity for Tom" thread why he claimed in his book that Leone had a cameo as the barman. ???
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: drmiaow on 11 Feb 2008 - 10:35
I watched this for the first time yesterday and really enjoyed it. The pacing seems more measured than slow, with lots of tense silences and things left unsaid. I'd agree that the male lead doesn't really seem to fit the film, but other than that it's a big thumbs-up from me. A gripper.   
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Michael Blanton on 16 Jul 2008 - 19:03
I watched this for the first time yesterday and really enjoyed it. The pacing seems more measured than slow, with lots of tense silences and things left unsaid. I'd agree that the male lead doesn't really seem to fit the film, but other than that it's a big thumbs-up from me. A gripper.

I picked up the Anolis Ltd. edition Woodbox - through Tony at Exploited - and watched this last night for the first time and really, really enjoyed it. 

The B&W cinematography that opens and closes the film, The Rope And The Colt (sung by the always excellent Scott Walker  ;) ), the excellent guitar & horn driven score with chorus and solo female backing, the close-ups of characters against deep azure skies gives the film an unreal studio bound feel, as if the they're posing - almost statuesque like mythic greek gods - before an artificial backdrop or a bluescreen, the surreal sequence at the Roger's dinner table, reminiscent of both Sam Fuller's FORTY GUNS and Tony Richardson's TOM JONES, with the tension building and abruptly ending up in a big Dadaesque joke, and the film's climax, operatic and tragic, all mark this as an atypical, but worthy Spaghetti Western.  :-X

If you like DJANGO KILL, this will probably be right up your alley.  :-\

Anolis' Woodbox is a beaut.  ::)  The transfer itself is anamoprhic, gorgeous at times and subpar occasionally, due to the different elements used in putting together the DVD.  The English audio comes through loud and clear, and there are also options for the original French, German, and Italian with optional German subs.  Haven't had a chance to watch the documentary yet, in French with English or German subs, but am looking forward to it.   
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Gary B. on 17 Jul 2008 - 06:37
I have the SPO disc - haven't watched it in a long time, but don't remember being blown away.  Really loved the cinematography though.  This is one I need to revisit very soon, as I keep reading great things. 
I wished the lead actor would've been played by Anthony Steffen...he could've pulled off the lead role much better.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Michael Blanton on 17 Jul 2008 - 07:47
  I wished the lead actor would've been played by Anthony Steffen...he could've pulled off the lead role much better.

I think the fact that Hossein was also the director, and that he and Michele Mercier had also acted together in the Angélique series of films created a comfort zone for them to act together, but someone else, like Steffen, would have been interesting.   

I think Hossein is OK in the role.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Andrew Monroe on 17 Jul 2008 - 12:42

I think the fact that Hossein was also the director, and that he and Michele Mercier had also acted together in the Angélique series of films created a comfort zone for them to act together, but someone else, like Steffen, would have been interesting. 

I love the sequence where Hossein and Mercier share a long, silent exchange - it really drives home the past these two have and the intensity of his feelings for her. Outstanding film, easily as good as THE GREAT SILENCE imo, a film it has certain similarities with. I rate this one high enough to own the SPO disc and the Anolis box...

'A Rope, A Colt' is such a fantastic song! I really wish this soundtrack would come out.


Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Michael Blanton on 17 Jul 2008 - 15:35
I love the sequence where Hossein and Mercier share a long, silent exchange - it really drives home the past these two have and the intensity of his feelings for her. Outstanding film, easily as good as THE GREAT SILENCE imo, a film it has certain similarities with. I rate this one high enough to own the SPO disc and the Anolis box...

'A Rope, A Colt' is such a fantastic song! I really wish this soundtrack would come out.




That is a great exchange between Hossein and Mercier.

You may already be aware of this, but the last three songs on the Andre Hossein compilation below, from Universal Music France, include three cuts from the film, including Scott Walker singing A Rope, A Colt.

The whole score on a CD would be great.  :-X


Moovie Grooves - Link (http://www.moviegrooves.com/shop/soundtracksofandrehossein.htm)

Universal Music - Link (http://www.universalmusic.fr/artiste/multi--interpr%25E3%2588tes/ecouteralbum/00602498180884)
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Andrew Monroe on 17 Jul 2008 - 16:17

That is a great exchange between Hossein and Mercier.

You may already be aware of this, but the last three songs on the Andre Hossein compilation below, from Universal Music France, include three cuts from the film, including Scott Walker singing A Rope, A Colt.

The whole score on a CD would be great.  :-X


Moovie Grooves - Link (http://www.moviegrooves.com/shop/soundtracksofandrehossein.htm)

Universal Music - Link (http://www.universalmusic.fr/artiste/multi--interpr%25E3%2588tes/ecouteralbum/00602498180884)

I did find that compilation a while back when I was looking for the score, but I`d forgotten it, thanks. I may just pick that up, but I keep hoping the whole score will get released.

I didn`t go back through this thread and see if it`s already been mentioned, but the Anolis disc supposedly has 17 easter eggs. I never found all of them - haven`t looked lately - but I did find quite a few. There`s some fun stuff on there.





Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Gary B. on 17 Jul 2008 - 17:28
Michael, would it be possible to get an mp3 of that song?
thanks!
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Michael Blanton on 17 Jul 2008 - 20:38
The Anolis disc supposedly has 17 easter eggs. I never found all of them - haven`t looked lately - but I did find quite a few. There`s some fun stuff on there.

Wasn't aware of that.  ::)  Thanks for the heads-up!  :P
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Michael Blanton on 17 Jul 2008 - 20:56
Michael, would it be possible to get an mp3 of that song?
thanks!

I don't know if I can help you out or not.  I'm headed back to work till 5:00 PM PST, so I'll PM ypu later.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Fabio on 19 Apr 2009 - 07:36
I really love this film. Just plain good.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 25 Sep 2010 - 00:47
Check this out!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1U5WlMWiDSY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RltCK_tesf4
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Nuno on 14 Feb 2013 - 11:09
Cemetery Without Crosses, Limited Wooden Box Edition (Germany R2) (http://nuno-dvdcollection.blogspot.pt/2011/11/return-of-hallelujah-1972.html)

(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-GJGUEYzmrdY/URzEf83-hLI/AAAAAAAAV6U/0FtAYlwnaqc/s400/IMG_0990a.JPG)
(http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-LYB5eu25-w8/URzM-4_yGmI/AAAAAAAAV-s/jOmS-p6vYvo/s400/IMG_1011.JPG)

more pics: http://nuno-dvdcollection.blogspot.pt/2013/02/cemetery-without-crosses-limited-wooden.html (http://nuno-dvdcollection.blogspot.pt/2013/02/cemetery-without-crosses-limited-wooden.html)
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: djvaso on 29 Mar 2015 - 12:03
Coming from Arrow Films, maybe. :'(
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: djvaso on 03 Apr 2015 - 06:36
As I said:
Quote
And now onto our two dual territory release for July! First up, Cemetery Without Crosses!

Pre-order your UK copy here: http://www.arrowfilms.co.uk/shop/ind...product_id=554 (http://www.arrowfilms.co.uk/shop/ind...product_id=554)
North American pre-orders links should be live soon!

UK Release Date: 20th July 2015
US Release Date: 21st July 2015
Region: A+B/1+2
Format: Dual Format Blu-ray + DVD
Starring: Michèle Mercier, Robert Hossein, Guido Lollobrigida
Directed by: Robert Hossein

(http://i226.photobucket.com/albums/dd114/besh1/10828056_953331791367482_5183979796339761823_o.jpg)

YOU BELIEVE IN REVENGE BUT I DON’T… IT NEVER ENDS

Inspired by the international success of the Dollars trilogy, and dedicated to director Sergio Leone, Cemetery Without Crosses offers a Gallic spin on the Spaghetti Western formula thanks to its star and creator, Robert Hossein (best-known to English-speaking audiences for his role in Jules Dassin’s Rififi).

After her husband is lynched by bandits, Michèle Mercier (Mario Bava’s Black Sabbath) seeks revenge and turns to an old friend, played by Hossein, for help. A solitary figure who lives in a ghost town and dons a single black glove before each gunfight, Hossein is initially reluctant but soon infiltrates the widow’s enemies to force a showdown.

Cemetery Without Crosses is a darker breed of Western, bleak and melancholy in tone amid the explosive set pieces. It also boasts an outstanding score by composer André Hossein (father of Robert) and the catchiest of themes, sung by cult figure Scott Walker.

SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS:
- Brand new 2K restoration of the film from original film elements
- High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentations
- Original Italian and English soundtracks in uncompressed PCM mono audio
- Newly translated English subtitles for the Italian soundtrack
- Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the English soundtrack
- Remembering Sergio - an all-new interview with star and director Robert Hossein, filmed exclusively for this release
- French television news report on the film’s making, containing interviews with Hossein, and actors Michèle Mercier and Serge Marquand
- Archive interview with Hossein
- Trailers
- Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by James Flames
- Illustrated collector’s booklet containing new writing by Ginette Vincendeau and Rob Young
  :P
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Luca Canali on 03 Apr 2015 - 17:58
This should look great. One of my favourite spaghettis. Got the Japan DVD but may have to double dip. Cheers for the heads up.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Koukol on 03 Apr 2015 - 21:33
Cemetery Without Crosses, Limited Wooden Box Edition (Germany R2) (http://nuno-dvdcollection.blogspot.pt/2011/11/return-of-hallelujah-1972.html)

(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-GJGUEYzmrdY/URzEf83-hLI/AAAAAAAAV6U/0FtAYlwnaqc/s400/IMG_0990a.JPG)
(http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-LYB5eu25-w8/URzM-4_yGmI/AAAAAAAAV-s/jOmS-p6vYvo/s400/IMG_1011.JPG)

more pics: http://nuno-dvdcollection.blogspot.pt/2013/02/cemetery-without-crosses-limited-wooden.html (http://nuno-dvdcollection.blogspot.pt/2013/02/cemetery-without-crosses-limited-wooden.html)


I have this.
I guess there's no end in collecting as I now want the BD.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 03 Apr 2015 - 22:08
Cemetery Without Crosses, Limited Wooden Box Edition (Germany R2) (http://nuno-dvdcollection.blogspot.pt/2011/11/return-of-hallelujah-1972.html)

(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-GJGUEYzmrdY/URzEf83-hLI/AAAAAAAAV6U/0FtAYlwnaqc/s400/IMG_0990a.JPG)
(http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-LYB5eu25-w8/URzM-4_yGmI/AAAAAAAAV-s/jOmS-p6vYvo/s400/IMG_1011.JPG)

more pics: http://nuno-dvdcollection.blogspot.pt/2013/02/cemetery-without-crosses-limited-wooden.html (http://nuno-dvdcollection.blogspot.pt/2013/02/cemetery-without-crosses-limited-wooden.html)


I have this.
I guess there's no end in collecting as I now want the BD.
I want one of them DVD's.
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: R-T-C Tim on 29 Jul 2015 - 20:33
(http://mondo-esoterica.net/title_img/Cemetery%20Without%20Crosses/photo%201-1.jpeg)

I loved this one; rather like Sentenza di Morte, a Euro-Western from someone outside of the genre provides for a unique experience. Dark, noirsh and melancholic.

The Arrow Blu-Ray has a really good looking and sounding print with English and Italian options.

My review - http://mondo-esoterica.net/Cemetery%20Without%20Crosses.html (http://mondo-esoterica.net/Cemetery%20Without%20Crosses.html)
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Ben Cobb on 30 Jul 2015 - 21:05
Got the Arrow disc... looking forward to watching
Title: Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
Post by: Koukol on 04 Jan 2016 - 21:28
This film has become my favorite non-Leone SW.
Hossein has added a quiet beauty that can only be found in French films imo.
It's truly haunting.

Perhaps when I re-watch And God Said To Cain I'll switch back.  :-X
I wish companies would take Margheriti as serious as Bava.