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Author Topic: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)  (Read 13482 times)

Fray G

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Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
« Reply #15 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.
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IL COMMISSARIO

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Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
« Reply #16 on: 15 Aug 2007 - 22:04 »

Still gonna spring for that nice new special edition, Fray G?
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Fray G

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Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
« Reply #17 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.
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« Reply #18 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.
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Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
« Reply #19 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.
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Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
« Reply #20 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)
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Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
« Reply #21 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.
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The Hunchback

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Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
« Reply #22 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?
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IL COMMISSARIO

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Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
« Reply #23 on: 15 Aug 2007 - 23:06 »

No. italian only or japanese subs. One of them I think had english subs.
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The Hunchback

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Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
« Reply #24 on: 15 Aug 2007 - 23:11 »

No. italian only or japanese subs. One of them I think had english subs.


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IL COMMISSARIO

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Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
« Reply #25 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.
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The Hunchback

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Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
« Reply #26 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.
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IL COMMISSARIO

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« Reply #27 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.
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The Hunchback

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Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
« Reply #28 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?
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IL COMMISSARIO

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Re: Cemetery Without Crosses (Robert Hossein, 1969)
« Reply #29 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.
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