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Death Rides a Horse


Lee Van Cleef, John Phillip Law, Mario Brega, Luigi Pistilli View All


Luciano Vincenzoni (Writer), Giulio Petroni (Director) View All

Release: Aug. 31st, 1967
Runtime: 1 hour, 54 minutes
Bill Meceita, a boy whose family was murdered in front of him by a gang, sets out 15 years later to exact revenge. On his journey, he finds himself continually sparring and occasionally cooperating with Ryan, a gunfighter on his own quest for vengeance, who knows more than he says about Bill's tragedy.
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Fortunately, the film is backed up by some appropriately gritty camerawork (and the notorious red-tinted flashbacks that Tarantino "appropriated" for Kill Bill), to say nothing of Ennio Morricone's repetitive yet iconic score (again "appropriated" by Tarantino in Kill Bill).
The first is that Bill himself is kind of a dull character and Law's performance is extra wooden next to the much more memorable Van Cleef.