If you're looking for the best spaghetti western movies ever made, look no further! Many of the spaghetti western movie films on this last are streaming on Netflix and Amazon Prime, so you can easily watch them for free, and if you want to find out more information about any of the movies on this list, you can click on the title. You can sort these films by cast, year, director, and more, or copy the list to start your own, but it is currently ordered from best to worst spaghetti western movies of all time, as voted on by fans of the films, so make sure topvote your favorite movies on the list to see them rank higher.
So which spaghetti western film will come out on top in the end? A Fistful of Dynamite? El Kárate, El Colt y El Impostor? If we missed any of your favorites on this list, please add them yourself, as this is an open list, which means you can add any spaghettie western movies whenever you like (but keep in mind that choices are subject to moderation, so don't add movies that aren't in the genre!). The films on this list cover the most famous spaghetti western movies of all time and are voted on by people who really care about this genre.
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Starring George Hilton, Charles Southwood, Erika Blanc. Sometimes known as I Am Sartana, Trade Your Guns For A Coffin. The 3rd in the 5 movie series of Sartana. Directed by Giuliano Carnimeo.
Sartana, bounty hunter and gunfighter, witnesses the robbery of a shipment of gold. He finds his way into town where he meets with a lot of suspicious stares from the locals. He also meets with Samuel Spencer, who seems to own the company in this company town. The gold shipments are being stolen, so Spencer agrees to hire Sartana to protect the next gold shipment. Numerous dull-witted villains make attempts on Sartana's life, but he survives. Eventually, Sartana's nemesis Sabbath (he of the white coat and parasol) rides into town. With a showdown inevitable, Sartana and Sabbath square off to settle the score.