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Author Topic: Ringo del Nebraska (Mario Bava/Antonio Román, 1966)  (Read 7092 times)

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Koch Media will release this film on DVD on 4th of December. German title is 'Nebraska Jim'.

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Re: Ringo del Nebraska (Mario Bava/Antonio Román, 1966)
« Reply #1 on: 28 Sep 2009 - 11:06 »

Good news. But don't remember being exactly bowled over by this when I saw it years ago... but would definitely like to revisit it
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Re: Ringo del Nebraska (Mario Bava/Antonio Román, 1966)
« Reply #2 on: 28 Sep 2009 - 15:18 »

Good news. But don't remember being exactly bowled over by this when I saw it years ago... but would definitely like to revisit it
I'll be getting it, i'm even getting ones i already have to have the Koch set.
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Re: Ringo del Nebraska (Mario Bava/Antonio Román, 1966)
« Reply #3 on: 28 Sep 2009 - 15:19 »

I'll be getting it, i'm even getting ones i already have to have the Koch set.

I never thought you'd like a nice set of Koch's Aarron!

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Re: Ringo del Nebraska (Mario Bava/Antonio Román, 1966)
« Reply #4 on: 28 Sep 2009 - 21:23 »

The main extra feature of the dvd will be a brand new featurette with Howard Ross.

I'll soon post a screenshot so that you all can see how great he looks now that he's almost 70.

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Re: Ringo del Nebraska (Mario Bava/Antonio Román, 1966)
« Reply #5 on: 29 Sep 2009 - 01:44 »

I'll be getting it, i'm even getting ones i already have to have the Koch set.

I never thought you'd like a nice set of Koch's Aarron!

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hehe :-*

Acyually, I'm planning on collecting all the Koch's too, Aarron.
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Re: Ringo del Nebraska (Mario Bava/Antonio Román, 1966)
« Reply #6 on: 29 Sep 2009 - 02:59 »

Good news. But don't remember being exactly bowled over by this when I saw it years ago... but would definitely like to revisit it
I'll be getting it, i'm even getting ones i already have to have the Koch set.

It is a stunning set, probably the pride and joy of my collection.
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Re: Ringo del Nebraska (Mario Bava/Antonio Román, 1966)
« Reply #7 on: 08 Oct 2009 - 13:15 »

Here's one of the nices guys on earth: Mr. Howard Ross

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Re: Ringo del Nebraska (Mario Bava/Antonio Román, 1966)
« Reply #9 on: 11 Jan 2010 - 07:27 »

Just watched the Koche Media release this weekend.... Well not really anything special. It's beautifully filmed but the story is nothing to write home about. It does star though Piero Lulli who is always good in a bad-guy role and the infamous Ken Clark which I still don't think fit very well in the spaghetti western genre. He should have stuck with the Eurospy-thingies, in which he was great.
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Re: Ringo del Nebraska (Mario Bava/Antonio Román, 1966)
« Reply #10 on: 11 Jan 2010 - 21:22 »

The good thing about these Koch titles is that the presentation often makes even average movies watchable and enjoyable.  Not sure if it's been noted here or elsewhere but on another western board there was a recent quote from a Koch guy stating that they'd already bought another four titles (as yet unannounced) and had another three in negotation.  I hope they can keep this series going for years.
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« Reply #11 on: 11 Jan 2010 - 22:48 »

The good thing about these Koch titles is that the presentation often makes even average movies watchable and enjoyable.  Not sure if it's been noted here or elsewhere but on another western board there was a recent quote from a Koch guy stating that they'd already bought another four titles (as yet unannounced) and had another three in negotation.  I hope they can keep this series going for years.



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Re: Ringo del Nebraska (Mario Bava/Antonio Román, 1966)
« Reply #12 on: 12 Jan 2010 - 05:00 »

Those four were already announced a while ago... so let's hope for even more titles.
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« Reply #13 on: 12 Jan 2010 - 05:23 »

Those four were already announced a while ago... so let's hope for even more titles.

I know.  :-\

I wasn't sure if Bogan knew that.  :-X
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Re: Ringo del Nebraska (Mario Bava/Antonio Román, 1966)
« Reply #14 on: 17 Jan 2010 - 03:32 »

Checking the Spaghetti Western.net forum, the recent post in question where I found the above announcement (translated from German, spoken by a Koch guy, about another four more coming and three in negotiation) came towards the front of a thread after news about the above four DVD's listed by Michael had already been posted and discussed.  The implication among the forum guys there, not dispelled by a poster who seemed to having something to do with Koch, was that it was yet another four that we haven't heard about yet.  They went on to note that the unknown four (and presumably the three still in negotiation) will probably be released outside of the rainbow series, which finishes at #25, and Guido Zurli's Thompson 1880 (shown above with the orange cover as Schneller Als 1000 Colts) is #25.  I could be misinterpreting it but the news from Spaghetti Western.net seemed to be leaning that way.  I hope it's true as if so it means we could have up to seven more discs we don't know about yet.  MERCENARY has been delayed by a few days because of a cover printing issue but should still be out in a about a fortnight around the end of the month.
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