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Mannaja (1977) Sergio Martino

Mannaja (1977)
aka A Man Called Blade
Genre: Western | Action | Thriller
Country: Italy | Director: Sergio Martino
Language: Italian or English (2 separate audio tracks)
 Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Cinemascope 2.35:1 | Length: 96mn
Dvdrip H264 Mkv - 1024x436 - 23.976fps - 1.74gb
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0076360/

Arriving in the mining town Suttonville, after claiming the bounty of a outlaw known as Burt Craven, a bounty hunter named Blade (armed with a hatchet instead of a gun) is hired by the town's wheelchair bound mayor McGowan and his corrupt associate Voller to track down McGowan's daughter Debra who has gone missing. Blade is unaware that Voller kidnapped Debra and is secretly working for a group of outlaws who are looting shipment of silver from the silver mines that are run the mine owner McGregor. Caught up in Suttonville's affairs, Blade not only has Voller and the outlaws to deal with, he also goes to settle a score with McGowan (who was responsible for the death of Blade's father) and takes on Voller and his gang who are out to gun him down.

"Mannaja" ("A Man called Blade") is a case of great director + great cast great film. One of the most stylish of all spaghetti western it stars several veterans of the Italian crime/action genre: Maurizio Merli, John Steiner and Donald O'Brien. Merli is the tough macho hero as always, John Steiner a delightfully slimy villian and Donald O'Brian is fun as a small time crook. Highly recommended!
 Mannaja (1977)

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