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Title:   The Stranger Returns
Director:   Luigi Vanzi
Year:   1967
Genre:   Spaghetti Western
Times Seen:   1
Last Seen:   08.29.06

Other Movies Seen By This Director (1)
- A Stranger in Town

Notes History
Date Viewed Venue Note
08.29.06Internet Tony Anthony returns as the Stranger, this time appearing out of the desert with a frilly pink parasol and riding a rabbit-hunting horse named Pussy. Unfortunately, that's where the goofy fun stops. Pretty quickly we get back into the straight-up knock off and although it's not bad, it's not really great either. It's just too close to the actual man with no name... except not really. like you can tell they didn't want to give him a poncho so they gave him a blanket... and he couldn't wear that type of hat so they gave him a slightly different hat... but he's still blonde, he still has no name... ahh well.

In this one, the stranger masquerades as a postal official after he finds a dead one on the road. There's some sort of plot involving a whole stage made of gold, with shoddy wooden plates covering it up... and a band of heavies after the gold and the stranger playing both sides yadda yadda yadda. run of the mill stuff. While I'd say the overall pacing and flow of the movie is better than the first - there's a cooky preacher type that helps him out - there's more particular stuff to like in the first. Here, the only thing that really caught my eye is this badass 4-barrel shotgun that he uses to kill a dozen guys with...

so good. Cross those off my list. If i ever come across the last in this series I might give it a go, but i won't be actively searching for it.

So now let's end the night with hopefully something awesome.
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