|China 9, Liberty 37 1978 R, 98 min.|
Director: Monte Hellman, Tony Brandt
Cast: Fabio Testi, Warren Oates, Jenny Agutter, Sam Peckinpah, Isabel Mestres, Luis Prendes, Franco Interlenghi, Helga Line, Sydney Lassick, Charly Bravo, Gianrico Tondinelli, Richard C. Adams, Natalia Kim, Paco Benlloch, Romano Puppo
Gunfighter Clayton Drumm (Fabio Testi) is saved from the gallows by railroad men on the promise to kill Matthew Sebanek (Warren Oates) who refuses to sell his land. Not only does Clayton not kill Matthew, he sleeps with Matthew's wife, Catherine (Jenny Agutter), after which the railroad men must be dealt with.
|Fuego 1963 N/R, 99 min.|
Director: Julio Coll, Luis Garcia
Cast: Barry Sullivan, Martha Hyer, Sherry Moreland, Soledad Miranda, Luis Prendes, Fernando Hilbeck, Carlos Casaravilla, Marisenka, Paco Moran, Hugo Pimentel
Vance (Barry Sullivan) heads to Spain to oversee construction of an invention of his. He meets Laura (Martha Hyer), and they start an affair as he looks for a house for his family. After he ends the affair, Laura takes revenge by burning up his house–with his wife and child in it. But that's just the beginning in this weird thriller.
|Tuareg: The Desert Warrior 1984 N/R, 97 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure
aka: Desert Warrior
Director: Enzo G. Castellari
Cast: Mark Harmon, Antonio Sabato, Aldo Sambrell, Massimo Vanni, Giovanni Cianfriglia, Claudia Gravy, Luis Prendes, Ritza Brown, Paolo Malco, Ennio Girolami, Manuel Pereiro, Romano Puppo, Emiliano Redondo, Mario De Barros
Nomadic chieftain Gacel Sayah (Mark Harmon) leads a Tuareg tribe in the Sahara Desert. One day, the tribe gives water and shelter to two lost men. Soon, soldiers appear who are hunting down the men and demand that they be turned over to them. Using the sacred law of hospitality, Gacel Sayah refuses, but the soldiers kill one of the men and take away the other. Gacel Sayah now obeys his sacred rule of punishing those who bring harm to his guests and mounts his camel for a trip across the desert seeking justice by hunting down the soldiers.
|1. China 9, Liberty 37 (1978)|
2. Fuego (1963)
3. Tuareg: The Desert Warrior (1984)
aka: Desert Warrior
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