Black Jack | WESTERN MOVIE | Spaghetti Western | Full Movie | Wild West Cowboy Film
Black Jack - Following the robbery of a bank in the Wild West a gang gathers around Jack Murphy, their leader. Black Jack (1968):Director: Gianfranco BaldanelloWriters: Luigi Ambrosini (story), Luigi Ambrosini (screenplay)Stars: Robert Woods, Lucienne Bridou, Rik Battaglia Country: Italy | IsraelLanguage: ItalianRelease Date: 4 December 1969 (West Germany) Also Known As: Auf die Knie, Django - und leck mir die Stiefel Filming Locations: Israel Storyline:Following the robbery of a bank in the Wild West a gang gathers around Jack Murphy, their leader. Things go awry when Skinner, Reb, Mathias and the brothers, Bill and Gordon, realize Jack will divide the loot for his own good only. Furious with him, they decide to betray him and it is not long before they take action. They torture him and leave him for dead while his sister is raped and killed. But Jack survives and goes for revenge.Reviews: "This is an awesome spaghetti western that deserves more recognition from fans of the genre.The story is a classic tale of revenge. The "Hero" is a villain himself, in true spaghetti fashion. He is wronged to such a severe and violent degree that one can't help cheering him on as he brutally hunts down and kills the men who betray him and leave him for dead. There isn't a single boring moment in this movie.The acting from all the cast members is above average for a Eurowestern. I especially like Robert Woods's maniacal laughing as he torments the victims of his vengeance. It's a nice touch- definitely the kind of thing that makes these Eurowesterns so fun to watch.Lallo Gori's music score is fantastic. It has a style all its own, and manages to sound great without trying to imitate Morricone. The organ music parts are especially cool.There is even a little touch of Poe at the end, as the buildings begin to crumble around the tragic characters.I really can't say enough about this movie without giving too much away, so see it for yourself if you can find it!" Written by spider89119 via IMDb.com"Of all the Spaghetti Westerns I've seen, this is among the top 5 in my estimation. The acting, photography, and story are all exceptional. Robert Woods has never been better than he is in this film, IMHO.I love surprise endings, and the darker the better. This film really has no good guys, per se, so it helps the film to standout, among so many other standard spaghetti westerns.For what it's worth, my other top 5 films are: Deguello, White Apache, The Hills Run Red, and Hate Thy Neighbor, with Adios Hombre as a close runner-up.If you've never seen this classic, do so, if you can. It's well-worth the effort. Too bad these classics have yet to appear on DVD, in widescreen color." Writen by johnboy1 via IMDb.com"Black Jack (1968), directed by Gianfranco Baldanello, who also made the interesting "This Man Can't Die" (1967) is one of those rare films: A movie where the main-character is a evil and sadistic being who wants total revenge on a group of bandits who double-crossed him over a bank robbery and then tortured him. Jack Murphy, known to his enemy's as "Black Jack" is a completely unlikeable anti-hero who would be the villain in any other movie. The fact that we care what happens is down to Robert Woods astounding performance as Murphy. His role in the picture is crucial: if he is weak, the film is weak. Anything but brilliant will do in a role like this. And he pulls it off with flying colours. Woods is fantastic: He doesn't make Jack a good guy, he makes him so totally horrible that we're strangely fascinated by his actions and fate. The direction, photography and music are all fine, but Robert Woods is the true stand out here." Written by JohnWelles via IMDb.com····················································································FOLLOW US!✘ Twitter - https://twitter.com/Grjngo_comSUPPORT US!✘ Merchandise - https://bit.ly/2FLB0sVMORE MOVIES! ► Classics: https://bit.ly/2CBLt8c ► Spaghetti Western: https://bit.ly/2CyCe8I ► All Playlists: https://bit.ly/2EOOfIH #westernmovies #grjngo #freewestern····················································································COPYRIGHT: All of the films published by us are legally licensed. We have acquired the rights (at least for specific territories) from the rightholders by contract. If you have questions please send an email to: [email protected], Amogo Networx - The AVOD Channel Network, www.amogo-networx.com.