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Author Topic: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)  (Read 6899 times)

Canisius

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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #15 on: 10 May 2009 - 21:38 »

Saw this one over the weekend and was quite impressed...a MUST-SEE for all Spaghetti afficionados I'd say!!  ::)
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A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #16 on: 25 Sep 2012 - 03:46 »

I just watched this one and liked it a lot. Does anyone know if all the VCI releases are the same transfer? I've seen the standalone listed as anamorphic but borrowed my Dad's VCI double feature with ANY GUN CAN PLAY and either it wasn't or at least wasn't flagged properly.
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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #17 on: 25 Sep 2012 - 11:11 »

I just watched this one and liked it a lot. Does anyone know if all the VCI releases are the same transfer? I've seen the standalone listed as anamorphic but borrowed my Dad's VCI double feature with ANY GUN CAN PLAY and either it wasn't or at least wasn't flagged properly.
Hmm they're not, I think... i was checking out "Today we kill, tomorrow we die", and according to dvdcompare.net the standalone release is also non-anamorphic, whilst the double feature with "Strangers Gundown" (which I bought) is anamorphic.

But that's just 2nd hand information, I don't know this by own experience.
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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #18 on: 25 Sep 2012 - 18:25 »

I'll probably just buy the standalone disc to hopefully be safe. I just found a review of the double feature where the reviewer said he had to adjust the picture mode on his widescreen TV, which is probably just crap wording for he had to zoom it in.

Shame, I was thinking of getting the 4-pack with Strangers Gundown but I wouldn't be surprised if the same disc was in that too.
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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #19 on: 29 Sep 2012 - 21:40 »

A Bullet For Sandoval
There is any uncut version on dvd??

thank you
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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #20 on: 30 Sep 2012 - 05:02 »

No, but i know three uncut versions:
-A greek VHS, Englsih Audio, Fullscren (?)
-A swedish VHS, English Audio, good pictre quality, 2,20:1 Aspect Ratio
-A spanish TV Brodcast with good quality, 2,35:1 Aspect Ratio
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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #21 on: 30 Sep 2012 - 18:41 »

-A spanish TV Brodcast with good quality, 2,35:1 Aspect Ratio

So, the spanish tv version is the best one??

thank you
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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #22 on: 30 Sep 2012 - 21:33 »

I have a copy of the Swedish Walthers VHS and in my opinion picture quality is better than the Spanish print. Run time 97 mins.
However, the Spanish print's running time is 101 mins so I would probably go for that one to be sure. Not having done a side by side comparison of the two I'm not sure of the differences. Hope that helps.
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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #23 on: 30 Sep 2012 - 22:00 »

I have a copy of the Swedish Walthers VHS and in my opinion picture quality is better than the Spanish print. Run time 97 mins.
However, the Spanish print's running time is 101 mins so I would probably go for that one to be sure. Not having done a side by side comparison of the two I'm not sure of the differences. Hope that helps.

thank you mate  ::)
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Italo-West-Fan

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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #24 on: 01 Oct 2012 - 15:36 »

The swedish VHS is very good ! I have a german fandub, and there are a few scenes from this VHS included ! I don't ha┬┤ve the spanish TV Print, but I've seen Screenshots, and I think the picture quality is a bit sharper than the VHS and the colours are much better !
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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #25 on: 02 Oct 2012 - 12:34 »

I've got a Spanish VHS that's in English.
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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #26 on: 03 Oct 2012 - 06:49 »

And here, i have Screenshots from the VHS inserts from my Fandub

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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #27 on: 18 Oct 2012 - 00:04 »

just watched this tonight and i thought it was a very dark film with solid performances all round and a cracking opening scene. would definately recommend this one.
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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
« Reply #28 on: 22 Oct 2012 - 18:36 »

No, but i know three uncut versions:
-A greek VHS, Englsih Audio, Fullscren (?)
-A swedish VHS, English Audio, good pictre quality, 2,20:1 Aspect Ratio
-A spanish TV Brodcast with good quality, 2,35:1 Aspect Ratio


Danish release is most likely identical to the swedish release 'cause Walter's Video released their titles in both Sweden & Denmark... Danish release runs 97'35 mins.


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Re: A Bullet For Sandoval (Julio Buchs, 1969)
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