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Author Topic: A Noose For Django/Una lunga fila di croci (Sergio Garrone, 1968)  (Read 4459 times)

fdsmedia

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To be released by Raro on October 3, and it might have some kind of English options - fingers crossed.



http://www.rarovideo.com/moduli/rarovideo/tramaFilm.asp?ItemId=18948

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I really do hope this had English on it
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Nice  ::)
Thanks for the heads up Magnus,it looks like they're back in partnership with Nocturno again so hopefully we'll see more classics of Italian genre cinema like before.
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Nico Giraldi

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It does have english audio. Great film, Steffen's best film along with Django the Bastard.
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Think i'll take a chance on this as i've never seen any of Garrone's westerns,i loved his gothic horror LE AMANTI DEL MOSTRO with Klaus Kinski which looked like it had been filmed on some old spaghetti western set plus the fact this now has English options as well.
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LANZETTA

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I have a the Japanese widescreen dvd of this with English audio.Its not as unique as DJANGO THE BASTARD but probably as enjoyable.Similar to GBU it has a three way shoot-out in the finale and William Berger puts in one of his best performances as the bounty killer in the guise of a priest.
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IL COMMISSARIO

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This was alright, nothing overly special. I have this under the title NO ROOM TO DIE which I think is the translation of the title. Although it does hold interest for italo horror fans in that Mariangela Giordano (BURIAL GROUND) and Dakkar (ZOMBIE) feature in this one. The Berger character is the most memorable. Of the Steffen westerns I've seen, W DJANGO! is by far the best.
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The Hunchback

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It does have english audio. Great film, Steffen's best film along with Django the Bastard.


This one is good but I'm partial to APOCALYPSE JOE.
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fdsmedia

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Kultvideo has got this one in stock now, and they confirm that it's got English audio!  :P
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