7 pm: Kill Them All and Come Back Alone
Chuck (The Rifleman) Conners stars as a hard-bitten mercenary who has no qualms when he's told by his employers to kill off his assembled team of specialists after they hijack a cache of US Army gold in this Dirty Dozen-style western! The team includes such experts as Deker, the dynamite master; Blade, who uses a knife like a surgeon; and Bogard, the stongman who could crush a man to death with his bare hands! A master of rugged, cult-favorite action pictures like The Inglorious Bastards, Street Law and 1990: The Bronx Warriors, this is perhaps director Enzo G. Castellari's best western! Co-starring Frank (Once Upon a Time in the West) Wolff, Ken (Superargo) Wood and Alberto (Return of Sabata) Dell'Acqua. The handsome cinematography is courtesy of the highly productive Alejandro Ulloa who lensed—among many others—The Mercenary, Companeros, and The Stranger and The Gunfighter. - Harry Guerro
Director: Enzo G. Castellari. 1968. 100 min. 16mm.
9 pm: Don’t Turn the Other Cheek
Franco (Django) Nero, Eli Wallach and Vanessa Redgrave form a mismatched partnership—a Russian prince, a Mexican bandito and a ditzy Irish newswoman—in pursuit of lost treasure, but first they must locate two men with treasure maps tattooed on their backsides (!), while taking care not to get involved in the Mexican revolution. A fun western-comedy from Duccio Tessari, a director known for his two Ringo films with star Guiliano Gemma; action movies like No Way Out; and well-regarded Giallo films such as The Blood-Stained Butterfly. The film plays like a cross between Sergio Leone's The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (with Wallach "reprising" his role of Tuco) and Sergio Corbucci's Mexican revolution trilogy. Co-starring Horst (Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter) Jansen and recurring spaghetti western villian Eduardo (Django) Fajardo. - Harry Guerro
Director: Duccio Tessari. 1971. 103 min. 35mm.
Part of the series Beyond Leone.
Ticket Price: $12, Film Club Member: $8.
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