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Saturday, September 22, 2012

The Master Gunfighter (1975)




























































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It was Northern California in 1836. Gunfighters and Spanish Dons rule the land. But the U.S. government is squeezing the Dons with taxes to steal their property. The powerful Don Santiago (Richard Angarola) plans to take a shipment of government gold to pay, but standing in his way is an innocent band of coastal Indians who must be massacred. The Master Gunfighter (Tom Laughlin) must overcome all odds to defeat Paulo Santiago (Ron O'Neal) and his powerful hacienda forces to save the tribe. 

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

thanks alot for this movie, i've been wanting to watch this for a long time as it vanished from the screen in France a long time ago (french title 'el pistolero'),music by lalo schifrin and barbara carrera, evrything is done to make a good movie, thanks again!

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