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(1968, Gianfranco Parolini) “I am your pallbearer,” announces Gianni Garko’s nattily attired title character, sporting as his secret weapon a four-barrelled derringer. After a stagecoach robbery, it’s an endless daisy chain of backstabbing, as everybody, including William Berger and Klaus Kinski, seems to betray everybody else.
"Parolini wasn't making a Western, he was making a James Bond rip-off, and that meant a change of location every five minutes, brief subplots involving sexy women, and a narrative punctuated by rapid-fire, repetitive action. Why bother to go to Almeria, or the Pyrenees, or Monument Valley, when you can shoot the action in a landfill?"
– Alex Cox