An all-star tough guy gritty Western movie collection from the 60s and 70s!
Enjoy 12 feature films starring Lee Van Cleef, Franco Nero, Jack Palance, Cameron Mitchell, Richard Harrison, Klaus Kinski, Marlon Brando and many other western greats.
Beyond the Law
1968 / Color / 110 Minutes / Not Rated
Starring Lee Van Cleef, Antonio Sabato, Lionel Stander
A western town gains a new sheriff with a dark past and a hidden agenda. The lawman plans to hijack a mining payroll and take the shipment of silver before his former partner can make off with it.
Death Rides a Horse
1968 / Color / 115 Minutes / Not Rated
Starring Lee Van Cleef, John Phillip Law, Anthony Dawson
Bill Meceita (John Phillip Law)witnessed the assault and murder of his parents and sister by a gang of four robbers. Fifteen years later, he and Ryan (Lee Van Cleef), who is after the same gang for stealing his money and sending him to jail, set out to exact their revenge.
The Grand Duel (AKA: The Big Showdown)
1972 / Color / 94 Mins / R
Starring Lee Van Cleef, Horst Frank, Peter O’Brien
New 35mm transfer. Lee Van Cleef stars as Clayton, a gunman who is pitted against a tough opponent Saxon (Horst Frank). However, Clayton turns out to have a softer side and the good guys and the bad guys are almost interchangeable as the story reaches its inevitable climax
The Great Adventure
1975 / Color / 88 Minutes / Rated PG
Starring Jack Palance, Joan Collins, Fred Romer
When a young boy is exploring the wilds of Alaska, he is targeted as a sucker by a corrupt town boss (Palance). Our hero is threatened by a variety of adversaries including wild wolves, treacherous weather and a sexy dance-hall girl (Collins) in this tale of survival.
“His Name Was King”
1971 / Color / 90 Minutes / Not Rated
Starring Richard Harrison, Klaus Kinski, Anne Puskin
Riding home one day, “King” discovers his brother murdered and his young wife raped, shattering forever the life he had worked so hard to carve out of the dangerous west. He begins a relentless pursuit of the ruthless gang responsible.
It Can Be Done… Amigo
1973 / Color / 98 Minutes / PG
Starring Jack Palance, Bud Spencer, Renato Cestie
Sonny (Jack Palance) is one very unhappy gunslinger. Coburn (Bud Spencer) has seduced the gunman’s sister, and now Sonny is insistent that the young punk marry her to escape the shame and stigma of their behavior. Once the shotgun wedding occurs, Sonny plans to kill his new brother-inlaw.
Jesse & Lester
1972 / Color / 94 Minutes / Not Rated
Starring Richard Harrison, Donald O’Brien, Anna Zinnemann
The charming rogue Jesse Smith (Harrison) and peaceful devout Mormon Lester O’Hara (O’Brian) are estranged half brothers who are reunited after receiving a sizable inheritance from their deceased mother. The wildly contrasting mismatched duo get into all sorts of trouble while trying to claim their inheritance.
1976 / Color / 101 Mins / R
Starring Franco Nero, Woody Strode, Olga Karlatos
New 35mm transfer. A half-breed Civil War veteran returns to his hometown to find it in the grips of a gang run by an ex-Confederate raider that includes his half brothers. With the aid of his father’s former ranch hand, he sets out to bring peace back to his community.
1977 / Color / 90 Minutes / R
Starring Lee Van Cleef, Jim Brown, Leif Garrett
Tom (Leif Garrett) is a young man who witnesses the brutal murder of his parents and the kidnapping of his sister by a vicious gang led by McClain (Lee Van Cleef). Tom partners with Isaac (Jim Brown,)who is after the same gang, and the two go after the gang to avenge his parents and rescue his sister from their clutches.
The Last Gun
1964 / Color / 126 mins / Not Rated
Starring Cameron Mitchell, Carl Möhner, Célina Cély
A famous gunfighter gives up his evil ways, and settles in a quiet town. However, when the town is terrorized by a gang, our hero is drawn back into gunslinging, but this time in the name of good.
1965/ Color / 85 Minutes / Not Rated
Starring Cameron Mitchell, Fernando Sancho, Alberto Cevenini
Minnesota Clay is an aging gunfighter imprisoned for a murder he did not commit. Forced to escape from the jail before his date with the hangman’s noose, our gunfighter sets out to track down the man who withheld evidence at his trial which would have proved his innocence.
1961 / Color / 141 Minutes / Not Rated
Starring Marlon Brando, Karl Malden, Slim Pickens
A pair of bandits makes off with the gold from a bank heist but an opportunity arises where one man takes the gold for himself, leaving his partner to take the blame and face imprisonment in a Mexican jail. Escaping from prison many years later, the wronged bandit searches for his former partner to exact his revenge upon him.
WARNING: Contains material suitable for mature audiences only.
Approx. Runtime: 19 Hours 50 Minutes