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Author Topic: NEEDED: ENZO G. CASTELLARI TITLES.  (Read 2228 times)

Vince Corkadel

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NEEDED: ENZO G. CASTELLARI TITLES.
« on: 22 Feb 2010 - 02:15 »

Hi.

I am working on a project related to Enzo G. Castellari and need good widescreen English language (or English subtitled) copies of The Shark Hunter, Cry Onion, and High Crime. If you can help out, e-mail me at vince@cloviscompany.com. Don't worry, I'm not going to start selling DVD-Rs of any titles that you may help me out with. If you don't know, I run Enzo's site (www.enzogcastellari.com), so that should establish some cred. Thanks in advance!
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Vince Corkadel

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Re: NEEDED: ENZO G. CASTELLARI TITLES.
« Reply #1 on: 23 Feb 2010 - 21:25 »

I still need Cry Onion. Anyone?
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Re: NEEDED: ENZO G. CASTELLARI TITLES.
« Reply #2 on: 23 Feb 2010 - 21:40 »

I still need Cry Onion. Anyone?
I've never seen a widescreen version of that anywhere, the only release i have is the U.S. one (which you probably have) under the title "Spaghetti western"
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Re: NEEDED: ENZO G. CASTELLARI TITLES.
« Reply #3 on: 23 Feb 2010 - 22:11 »

I have a 1.3GB avi of Cry Onion if that is okay. Video source is probably one of the Italian DVDs and English audio from VHS. Its cut by 10-15 minutes though as all the DVD releases (2 x Italian and 1 from Spain) are cut like that. Don't know though if it was ever released longer in English. I also have one of the Italian discs and the one from Spain, if better quality than avi is needed, I suppose it is not too hard to insert the audio into them...



I also have a lower quality probably uncut Italian language recording from TV. No subtitles and only in avi format also. :-*
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