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Author Topic: The Man From Oklahoma/Il ranch degli spietati (Roberto Bianchi Montero, 1965)  (Read 1270 times)

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This Italian/Spanish/German co-production directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero and Jaime Jesús Balcázar has been released by US label Dorado Films:



REGION(S): 1, 4
  RATING: Unrated
  ASPECT RATIO: 16:9
  AUDIO: English (2.0)
  VIDEO: NTSC

  FEATURES
  •  Remastered Audio Track (English)
  •  Scene Selections
  •  Trailer: 3 Musketeers of the West
  •  Trailer: Gatling Gun
  •  Trailer: Ride and Kill
  •  Trailer: Two Violent Men


Riding into a small town in New Mexico, the new sheriff (Rick Horn) finds there is no respect for the law. The town is being run over by the rancher Edward's (Joseph Calvo) men, led by Hondo (Charles Alberty). Few are willing to stand up to them, and fewer are willing to put any trust in the new sheriff.

As he starts to investigate the murder of another rancher named White, those responsible kill the witnesses and dispose of the clues. The motive becomes clear and he discovers who are involved, but will there be enough evidence left to convict them?

More info and trailer available at:

http://www.doradofilms.com
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