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The Big Gundown

The Big Gundown

The Big Gundown is a 1966 spaghetti western, written by long-time Sergio Leone collaborator Sergio Donati and directed by Sergio Sollima. The film stars Lee Van Cleef and Tomas Milian. It was originally released by Columbia Pictures in the US as a double feature with A Time for Killing. The film falls under the subgenre called Zapata Westerns, which are spaghetti westerns with some political context usually concerning the Mexican revolution. Some critics, such as Leonard Maltin, consider the film one of the finest spaghetti westerns, second only to Sergio Leone's Dollars Trilogy. It was the first film Van Cleef made following The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and was his first leading man ... more on Wikipedia

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