30 Winchesters for the Devil
“This Man Can’t Die” director Gianfranco Baldanello’s Spaghetti western “30 Winchesters for El Diablo” ranks as an entertaining frontier yarn about a mysterious straight-shooting stranger and the eponymous Mexican bandit who rides roughshod over the border town of Canyon City with his army of trigger-happy pistoleros.
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“This Man Can’t Die” director Gianfranco Baldanello’s Spaghetti western “30 Winchesters for El Diablo” ranks as an entertaining frontier yarn about a mysterious straight-shooting stranger and the eponymous Mexican bandit who rides roughshod over the border town of Canyon City with his army of trigger-happy pistoleros. Baldanello directs this oater—actually his first film at the helm—with a modicum of style. During the first five minutes, he frames a man pleading for his life with the camera set up so that the beggar is framed between the legs of the villain who is about to kill him. A gunshot rings out and the beggar slumps over, but it is the villain who crumples from a bullet and the beggar discovers that he is alive. Along with his scenarists, including Alfredo Varelli, Adriano Micantoni of “The Colt is My Law,” and Alfonso Brescia of “When the Devil Holds A Gun,” Baldanello packs several surprises into the screenplay, the biggest of which occurs about three-fourths of the way into the action. IMDB
30 Winchester per El Diablo
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