Yul Brynner took over from Lee van Cleef for this, the third Sabata film. It's not at all bad, as you'd expect from a Gianfranco Parolini western.
Blood at Sundown
It's battle of the Spaghetti Western titans when Anthony Steffen (good brother) meets Gianni Garko (nutzoid brother) in this fun Alberto Cardone film.
Bullet for Sandoval, A
Great operatic western from Julio Buchs, with George Hilton and Ernest Borgnine as the two men locked in a tragic feud.
Coffin for the Sheriff, A
Anthony Steffen plays a gunman seeking revenge for his wife's murder in this fun Spaghetti with no coffin, and very little Sheriff.
Crazy Bunch, The
Zany comic western from Giuliano Carnimeo, with George Hilton as the slkapstick hero
Dead for a Dollar
Dull Osvaldo Civirani film featuing George Hilton and Gordon Mitchell.
Due figli di Ringo, I
It's Franco, it's Ciccio, it's... a Franco and Ciccio film. Here they turn their slapstick gaze to the Spaghetti Western genre, with decidedly odd results.
Rick Van Nutter plays the titular hero in this Antonio Margheriti production. Not bad.
A late, mid-70s western, this is pretty hopeless despite featuring a hilariously over the top George Hilton performance.
Richard Harrison is the man after revenge upon the men who killed his family. Leopoldo Savon directs.
Few Dollars for Django, A
Anthony Steffen features in this moderately entertaining western from Enzo Castellari. Frank Wolff offers sterling support.
Anthony Steffen comes up against Eduardo Fajardo and his unwashed banditos in this early example of a western with supernatural leanings.
Much derided mid-70s western from Gianfranco Parolini, with Lee Van Cleef as a gunman and Leif Garrett as an annoying kid.
Great Silence, The
Classic western from Sergio Corbucci. Jean Louis Trintignant is the mute hero, causing trouble for bloodthirsty bounty hunters.
Greatest Robbery in the West, The
Underrated Maurizio Lucudi film, with George Hilton as a ne'er do well getting mixed up with a buch of sadistic bank robbers.
Holy God! Here Comes the Passatore
Zorro-type film, with George Hilton as the outlaw causing trouble for the Italian authorities
Early Gianfranco Parolini western, with Mimmo Palmara as the titular hero.
It's mucho muchacho in this early - and very good - example of the political spaghetti western featuring Anthony Steffen.
Kitosch l'uomo che veniva dal nord
George Hilton's first leading role in a Spaghetti Western, this is mediocre mountie fun of some interest to genre afficionados.
Last Tomahawk, The
Early Winnetou-inspired Spaghetti with Daniel Martin and Anthony Steffen as a heroic indian and his noble sidekick.
Man Called Invincible, A
Err, what manner of madness is this? George Hilton stars as a silly sharpshooter in the extremely bonkers spaghetti western comedy.
Lucio Fulci's classic, with Franco Nero and George Hilton as brothers with a family secret.
Moment to Kill, The
Another effective Giuliano Carnimeo film, with George Hilton and Walter Barnes.
One Damned Day at Dawn, Django Meets Sartana
Entertainingly leftfield Demofilo Fidani western, with Hunt Powers and Fabio Testi facing down a band of criminal bullies.
One More in Hell
Effective western from the underrated Leopoldo Savona. George Hilton is out for revenge upon the men who killed his chum.
Poker with Pistols
Giuseppe Vari directs two George's - Hilton and Eastman - in this effective, no nonsense spaghetti western.
Red Blood Yellow Gold
Nando Cicero directs this average treasure hunt film featuring Edd Byrnes, george Hilton and George Martin
Return of Hallelujah
Lesser sequel to They Call Me Hallelujah, directed by Giuliano Carmineo and starring George Hilton.
Return of Sabata
Lee Van Cleef plays Sartana for the second time. Not as good as its predecessor, but not at all bad.
Ruthless Four, The
Here's a rather underappreciated spaghetti western with a dream team cast (Klaus Kinski, Gilbert Roland, George Hilton).
Excellent Gianfranco Parolini film, with Lee van Cleef, William Berger and a whol bunch of bank notes.
The first of the popular series, and often underappreciated in it's own right, this sees Gianni Garko adopt the popular Sartana persona.
Sartana's Here, Trade your Pistols for a Coffin
The last of the official series, with George Hilton taking over from Gianni Garko as Sartana.
Stranger in Paso Bravo
Middling spaghetti western fun with Anthony Steffen trying to track down the killers of his wife and son
Tall Women, The
Sid Pink film with a bunch of women trying to make their way to safety through hostil Indian territory. Anne Baxter stars.
They Call Me Hallelujah
Silly fun from Giuliano Carnimeo with George Hilton as the eponymous sharpshooter, Charles Southwood as a murderous cossack and plenty of banditos.
Train for Durango, A
Mark Damon, Anthony Steffen and Enrico Maria Salerno join forces in this light hearted spaghetti western directed by Mario Caiano
Two Pistols for a Coward
Anthony Steffen plays a sharp-shooting scaredy-pants in this slightly old-fashioned spaghetti western from Giorgio Ferroni.
Why Go On Killing
Mediocre Anthony Steffen western, directed by Jose Antonio de la Loma.