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A Barrel Full of Dollars

A frontier feud breaks out on the border of Mexico when Gangster Hagan's brothers are wiped out whilst conducting a raid on the Nevada Kid's family. Hagen (Kinski) orders his henchmen to destroy the Hamiltons, but doesn't reckon with the 'Kid' (Cameron), who on returning from war teams up with a bounty hunter to hunt down the bandit gang. SWDB

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A frontier feud breaks out on the border of Mexico when Gangster Hagan's brothers are wiped out whilst conducting a raid on the Nevada Kid's family. Hagen (Kinski) orders his henchmen to destroy the Hamiltons, but doesn't reckon with the 'Kid' (Cameron), who on returning from war teams up with a bounty hunter to hunt down the bandit gang. SWDB

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AKA:Per una bara piena di dollari
Director:Demofilo Fidani
Year:1971
Language:Italian, English subs.
Format:F
Audio Quality:9.0
Video Quality:9.0
Starring:Jack Betts Gordon Mitchell Ray Saunders Benito Pacifico Attilio Dottesio Klaus Kinski

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