You'll be thrilled at the action, suspense, comedy and drama involved with this 16 film DVD set. Tiles include Apache Blood, Between God, the Devil and a Winchester, Beyond the Law, Death Rides a Horse, The Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe, Find a Place to Die, Fistful of Lead, God's Gun, Grand Duel, Gunfight at Red Sands, It Can Be Done Amigo, Johnny Yuma, Sundance and the Kid, This Man Can't Die, Trinity and Sartana & Twice a Judas!
An Apache brave, the surviving member of his tribe, vows to avenge his people by finding and killing the soldiers responsible for their deaths.
Starring Ray Danton, De Witt Lee, Troy Nabors
(1975) Color 89 Minutes Rated R
Between God, the Devil and a Winchester
A map to a hidden treasure taken from a Spanish Mission is recovered by a young boy, who takes it to the local priest.
Starring Richard Harrison, Gilbert Roland, Ennio Girolami
(1968) Color 98 Minutes Rated R
Beyond The Law
A western town gains a new sheriff with a dark past and a hidden agenda. It turns out the new sheriff is really a former bandit pretending to have reformed his ways.
Starring Lee Van Cleef, Antonio Sabato, Lionel Stander
(1968) Color 109 Minutes Unrated
Death Rides a Horse
Bill Meceita (John Phillip Law), as a young boy, witnessed the assault and murder of his parents and sister by a gang of four robbers.
Starring Lee Van Cleef, John Phillip Law, Anthony Dawson
(1968) Color 114 Minutes Unrated
The Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe
A Chinese immigrant with amazing Martial Arts fighting skills arrives in the American Old West and finds it full of injustice, especially for outsiders such as him.
Starring Chen Lee, Klaus Kinski, Gordon Mitchell
(1972) Color 94 Minutes Rated R
Find a Place to Die
A sister and brother come into possession of a gold mine but are attacked and driven off by a gang of thieves.
Starring Jeffrey Hunter, Pascale Petit, Ted Carter
(1968) Color 89 Minutes Unrated
Fistful of Lead
Gunfighter and bounty hunter Sartana finds himself the witness to the robbery of a gold shipment by a band of desperados.
Starring George Hilton, Charles Southwood, Erica Blanc
(1970) Color 93 Minutes Unrated
A retired gunslinger heads to Juno City to seek revenge upon the man who murdered his twin brother, the local parish priest.
Starring Lee Van Cleef, Jack Palance, Richard Boone
(1975) Color 97 Minutes Rated R
In one of a long series of spaghetti westerns, Lee Van Cleef stars as Clayton, a hard-as-nails gunman who is pitted against an equally tough opponent in Saxon (Horst Frank).
Starring Lee Van Cleef, Horst Frank, Peter O’Brien
(1974) Color 90 Minutes Rated R
Gunfight at Red Sands
This thrill-packed feature stars Richard Harrison as a Civil War fighter, who engages in bloody combat with the enemy, and wages a personal vendetta against his despised foster father.
Starring Richard Harrison, Giacomo Rossi-Stuart, Mikaela
(1964) Color 95 Minutes Unrated
It Can Be Done Amigo
Coburn has seduced Sonny’s sister, and now Sonny is insistent that the young punk marry her to escape the shame and stigma of their behavior.
Starring Jack Palance, Bud Spencer, Renato Cestie
(1973) Color 98 Minutes Rated PG
A woman sets her sights upon her husband’s fortune and enlists her brother into murdering the man.
Starring Mark Damon, Lawrence Dobkin, Rosalba Neri
(1966) Color 100 Minutes Unrated
Sundance and the Kid
Two constantly fighting brothers receive news of a huge inheritance and will split $300,000 if they can live together for six months.
Starring Giuliano Gemma, Nino Benvenuti, Sydne Rome
(1969) Color 83 Minutes Unrated
This Man Can’t Die
A government agent working on an arms smuggling assignment returns home to find his parents murdered and his sister assaulted.
Starring Guy Madison, Lucienne Bridou, Rik Battaglia
(1967) Color 90 Minutes Unrated
Trinity and Sartana
Sartana (Robert Widmark) and Trinity (Harry Baird) are two cowboys who reluctantly team up, even though both of them have a tendency to get into trouble.
Starring Robert Widmark, Harry Baird, Beatrice Pella
(1972) Color 102 Minutes Unrated
Twice a Judas
Luke Barrett, a man who was swindled and his wife and father murdered, ends up with amnesia which hinders his attempt to track down the culprit.
Starring Klaus Kinski, Antonio Sabato, Cristina Galbo
(1969) Color 92 Minutes