Sartana, bounty hunter and gunfighter, witnesses the robbery of a shipment of gold. He finds his way into town where he meets with a lot of suspicious stares from the locals. He also meets ... See full summary »
John and George McIntire are a couple of naive brothers who travel to a lawless western town to see their father. The bumbling siblings get themselves into big trouble after they beat up a ... See full summary »
At the 2014 Memphis Film Festival in Tunica, MS, Edd Byrnes stated that he hated the fact that the producers didn't let him dub his own voice for the English-language version of "Any Gun Can Play." See more »
In the opening gunfight, "the stranger" quickly fires 7 times from his six round revolver. See more »
As I age I get weirder and quirkier. I have begun to embrace my second-half-of-middle-age strangeness, but I have trouble embracing a grumpy prostate. A few days ago I was hurting and the Flomax and Ibuprofen hadn't been metabolized yet. I needed to take my mind off my owies so I popped in Any Gun Can Play, a second half of a Digiview twin spin.
Ya know, I never thought I'd say this, but a cheapjack spaghetti-western knockoff, filled with bad acting, worse dubbing, and Edd Byrnes' Mount Rushmore hair is damned near the perfect way for a middle-aged man to stop fretting about his prostate.
And I timed it perfectly--the drugs kicked in right about the "third reel."
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