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Tex e il signore degli abissi (1985)

Based on the adventures of the hero Tex from the comic strip by Bonelli. An interesting spaghetti-western/fantasy movie that blends magic and mythology with six-guns and stagecoaches.

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Tex Willer
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Based on the adventures of the hero Tex from the comic strip by Bonelli. An interesting spaghetti-western/fantasy movie that blends magic and mythology with six-guns and stagecoaches.

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6 September 1985 (Italy)  »

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Good, but a little too late
26 July 2008 | by See all my reviews

Ranger Tex Willer (Giuliano Gemma) and his buddy Kit Carson (William Berger) are searching for 300 lost guns, a transport for the army. Mexican bandits are suspected first, but soon clues are found that a mysterious Indian cult is behind all this. But since the Indians have a dangerous weapon, a poison which turns people into stone, Willer and Carson must be very careful on their voyage...

From the hands of Duccio Tessari, we get a western movie shot at the traditional spaghetti western locations near Almeria/Spain, with a slight horror/fantasy touch (and based on a popular comic strip), but nevertheless quality work in a traditional way, not least due to experienced actors such as Gemma, Berger and Aldo Sambrell. Peter Berling ("Aguirre", "Name of the Rose") has a special guest appearance. Produced by RAI Television, a sequel or even series was an option if this had been a hit, but apparently it wasn't and remained the last western for Tessari and Gemma, 20 years after their classic "A Pistol For Ringo".


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