Sartana's Here... Trade Your Pistol for a Coffin | CLASSIC WESTERN MOVIE | Cowboyfilm
Sartana's Here... Trade Your Pistol for a Coffin - 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.Sartana's Here... Trade Your Pistol for a Coffin (1970)Director: Giuliano Carnimeo (as Antony Ascott)Writer: Tito Carpi (story and screenplay)Stars: George Hilton, Charles Southwood, Erika BlancGenre: Western Country: ItalyLanguage: EnglishRelease Date: 26 November 1970 (West Germany) Also Known As: Django und Sabata - Wie blutige Geier Filming Locations: Cinecittà Studios, Cinecittà, Rome, Lazio, Italy Storyline: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 with Samuel Spencer, who seems to own the company in this company town. The gold shipments are being stolen, so Spencer agrees to hire Sartana to protect the next gold shipment. Numerous dull-witted villains make attempts on Sartana's life, but he survives. Eventually, Sartana's nemesis Sabbath (he of the white coat and parasol) rides into town. With a showdown inevitable, Sartana and Sabbath square off to settle the score. Written by Ken Miller Reviews:"There's so much insane gun play in this film I was hardly in need of a plot. At one point, there's a bandit lighting matches stuffed between his toes for a laugh, and then along comes Sartana, knocks the guy out by shooting a sign that falls on the guy's head, then Sartana lights the last match by shooting it, then sparks up a cigar using the match! Why didn't this film win dozens of Oscars?You've got Sartana after gold, the bandits after gold, some shady businessmen after gold, the gold miners after their own gold (how dare they!), and a bar owning chick...after gold. Oh, and another gunslinger called Sabbath after gold. He carries a white parasol, reads Shakespeare's sonnets, and constantly refers to his mother. Again, why no Oscars?There's also a running gag where the bandits constantly try to get the drop on Sartana, but Sartana's always got a pistol hidden somewhere. I can't think of a single slow spot in this film at all, and Stelvio Massi's hyperactive camera-work coupled with Carnimeo's direction make for one of the more entertaining Italian Westerns." Written by Bezenby on IMDb.com.Also Known As (AKA):(original title): C'è Sartana... vendi la pistola e comprati la bara!Brazil: Com Sartana Cada Bala é Uma CruzDenmark: Sælg pistolen - køb en kiste!Finland: Hetkesi on tullut - Sartana on täälläFrance: Django arrive, préparez vos cercueilsFrance: Django arrive... préparez vos cercueils...Germany (TV title): Django und Sabata - Wie blutige GeierGreece (transliterated title): Ta tsakalia tis AppaloosaNetherlands (informal literal title): Sartana regelt je begrafenisNetherlands (Dutch title): Sartana regelt je begrafenisPortugal: Sartana Desafia SabataSpain: Vende la pistola y cómprate la tumbaSpain (DVD title): Ha llegado SartanaSweden: Sartana kommer - sälj pistolen, köp en kista!Turkey (Turkish title): Silahını sat tabutunu alUSA: I Am Sartana, Trade Your Guns for a CoffinUSA: Sartana's Coming, Get Your Coffins ReadyUSA: Sartana's Here... Trade Your Pistol for a CoffinUruguay (subtitle): Vendió su pistola y se compró un cementerioWest Germany (video title): Django - Die Gier nach GoldWest Germany: Django - Schiess mir das Lied vom Sterben Fistful of Lead Sartana's Here... Trade Your Pistol for a Coffin····················································································FOLLOW US!✘ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/grjngo_westernmovies✘ Twitter - https://twitter.com/Grjngo_comSUPPORT US!✘ Membership - https://bit.ly/2V63h4q✘ 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.