Une corde, un Colt (AKA: Cemetery Without Crosses) is directed by Robert Hossein, who also stars and co-writes the screenplay with Dario Argento and Claude Desailly. Starring alongside Hossein are Michèle Mercier, Anne-Marie Balin, Daniele Vargas, Guido Lollobrigida and Serge Marquand. Music is by Andre Hossein and cinematography by Henri Persin.
After being forced to watch the lynching of her husband by the ruthless Rogers family, Maria Caine (Mercier) asks her inept brothers-in-law for help in retribution. Getting no joy from the pair, she seeks outside help in the... read the rest.
Moody, serious, proficient but flat Spaghetti Western by Robert Hossein
An ex-gunfighter living in a ghost town in the Southwest (Robert Hossein) decides to assist the wife (Michèle Mercier) of a friend that was unjustly lynched by the rough ruling family of the area, the Rogers.
“Cemetery without Crosses” (1969) is a Euro Western (French / Italian / Spanish) originally titled “A Rope… a Colt…” (translated). Director/writer/star Robert Hossein was admittedly inspired by Sergio Leone and you can see the influence of “For a Few Dollars More” (1965). Speaking of which, one of the be... read the rest.
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