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Author Topic: Bullets Don't Argue (Mario Caiano, 1964)  (Read 2613 times)


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Bullets Don't Argue (Mario Caiano, 1964)
« on: 17 Jul 2007 - 21:57 »

I was surprised how entertaining this is.Although undoubtably American in style it still manages to provide that sw feel with its Almerian locations(including the FOD sets),some familiar sw faces and of course Morricone-its been bugging me that i've heard the main instrumental theme in another western but i can't place it.
   Yes,the director says that he included every old trick in the book including the tedious US Cavalry charge but i still thought the the plot as a whole was quite engaging all the way up to Horst Francks exit-theres some great tension between him and the very Randolph Scott like sheriff played by Rod Cameron.Afterwards  there is admittedly a big lull but the seige climax is outstanding.
   Theres also another very memorable scene involving the sheriff hauling up the outlaw brothers back-to-back into a loft with a rope while the Mexican friends of the outlaws are trying to break the door down to rescue them.
I'd give  a respectable 6 out of 10 rating for this movie that can definately hold its own amongst  many post-FOD sw's that followed.
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