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Author Topic: One Damned Day at Dawn... Django Meets Sartana! (Demofilo Fidani 1970)  (Read 2347 times)

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An utterly wonderful eye-catching title if ever there was one. Sadly the film does not quite live up to the titular promise and falls into Fidani's usual traps: a plot barely enough to cover the back of a postage stamp means it drags endlessly with several interesting ideas that are never developed. The exteriors look to be filmed in a quarry and even Fabio Testi looks bored by proceedings. Still, the film is certainly of interest to genre fans as a look at the other end of the Spaghetti Western spectrum and the new Wild East DVD looks very good.

My full review of the film and the disc: One Damned Day at Dawn... Django Meets Sartana! (1970)
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