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Saturday, October 12, 2013

Death Rides a Horse and Sabata Coming to Blu-ray (Germany)

It's been a big week for LVC fans for blu-ray releases!  Death Rides a Horse and Sabata are coming out on November 15!  Both these releases are coming from the same company that put out The Big Gundown last year, so I am hoping for similar quality. Languages are German, English, and Italian.



Death Rides a Horse

Fifteen years after four bandits massacred his family, a young man (John Phillip Law) seeks revenge. Several of the men responsible now hold positions of power in the new West, but one of the bandits (Lee van Cleef) is due to be released from prison. Having been framed by the others all those years ago, he is ready to exact bloody reprisals, and so forms an unholy alliance with the vengeance-seeking man whose family he helped destroy. Original Italian title: Da uomo a uomo.

Special Features:
  • 24-page illustrated booklet
  • Exclusive Making of Featurette
  • Photo gallery with press materials
  • Lee van Cleef Trailer Gallery
  • Original Trailer

Sabata

Gunslinger Sabata (Lee van Cleef) is not a popular figure in the town of Daugherty. When he discovers that the town's kingpins are behind a bank heist, he becomes a marked man, unable to trust even his own friends. Sabata is soon headed for a final shoot-out from which there can be but one survivor. Original Italian title: Ehi amico... c'è Sabata, hai chiuso!

Special Features:
  • 24-page illustrated booklet
  • Exclusive Making of Featurette
  • Photo gallery with press materials
  • Lee van Cleef Trailer Gallery
  • Original Trailer

Pre-order here-
http://www.amazon.de/Mann-DVDs-Special-Edition-Blu-ray/dp/B00ELTO99O/ref=pd_bxgy_d_img_y

http://www.amazon.de/Sabata-Blu-ray-Special-Edition-DVDs/dp/B00ELTOAIY/ref=pd_bxgy_d_img_y

2 comments:

  1. Hot hog dog Maggie. There you go. That copy of Death Rides A Horse is German & perfect. The picture will be fantastic. Maybe more painting in there to see. Also Sabata is a wild western. A bit of it was shot in Italy but mostly Spain with the interiors in Italy.

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  2. I am pretty much tempted to get hold of them, maybe an early Chrismas present to myself? I am still waiting for the Big Gundown to arrive. I have never seen it before and now I am kind of slinking around my letterbox. I have seen Sabata and I really enjoyed it in spite of all the odd characters turning up. As a matter of fact I just got hold of a copy of DRAH a few weeks ago - but way too early, as it seems. GRRR.

    Maggie

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