7 pm Ben and Charlie
Guiliano (A Pistol For Ringo) Gemma and George (Anthropophagus) Eastman are two buddies who can barely stand each other, but still can't keep from throwing in together to swindle a town and live it up as "notorious outlaws" until a corrupt sheriff gets involved. This action-packed western-comedy was directed by the underrated Michele Lupo, a veteran director specializing in action-adventure films (many starring Gemma) such as Arizona Colt, Seven Times Seven, The Master Touch and California. The film features a lively music score by Gianni Ferrio and dynamic cinematography by future Italian porn-king Aristide (Joe D'Amato) Massacesi! The light-hearted screenplay was penned by the prolific Sergio (The Big Gundown, Once Upon a Time in The West) Donati and co-star Eastman. - Harry Guerro
Director: Michele Lupo. 1972. 107 min. 35mm.
9:15 pm Train for Durango
Two down-on-their-luck drifters—Anthony (Django the Bastard) Steffen and Enrico Maria Salerno—sell off everything they own for two train tickets to Durango. Aboard the train they meet a beautiful woman (Dominique Boschero) and a gang of thieves who proceed to steal a safe and slaughter quite a few passengers. The drifters, discovering the keys to the safe, decide to set out to strike a deal with the murderous bandits for a share of the spoils. A solid, highly entertaining western that's more than a little reminiscent of Leone's For a Few Dollars More. Co-starring Mark (Black Sabbath) Damon and Spaghetti western stalwart Aldo Sambrell. Directed by Mario (Nightmare Castle) Caiano. - Harry Guerro
Director: Mario Caiano. 1968. 92 min. Technicolor. 35mm.
Part of the series Beyond Leone.
Ticket Price: $12, Film Club Member: $8.
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