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Author Topic: Gatling Gun / Quel caldo maledetto giorno di fuoco (Paolo Bianchini, 1968)  (Read 2911 times)

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Dorado Films have announced the release of Quel caldo maledetto giorno di fuoco aka GATLING GUN (Paolo Bianchini, 1968). No tech specs or release date yet, stay tuned!
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Thanks for the news. With Koch Media announcing they have obtained the rights to a slew of new titles and Wild East announcing another new title coming soon, it is going to be good year for genre fans.
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Cheers for the info.  Never seen this one though I'm sure I've got it somewhere.
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Seeing this earlier this week via a DVD-R of the Swedish (?) widescreen tape, I was a little underwhelmed. I guess the implicit promise of Peckinpah-like gun battles with a historically accurate stage (the story of Richard Gatling is quite interesting, by the way) raised my standards too high for this one. The ending dialogue of this movie was hilarious, though...

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"Is she your prisoner?"
"Yes, she's my personal prisoner"
"Oh...well, that's highly unusual...so don't tell anybody!"

...As if the South during that era knew nothing about people keeping 'personal prisoners'
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