Go for Broke (1968)

  |  Action, Comedy, Thriller


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The Indian called Copper Face is suspected to have stolen a large quantity of gold from a bank.


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9 July 2011 | shredguitar
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| First western from Lenzi.
This is a pretty entertaining Western from Lenzi, which although not original, still has it's qualities. There is the usual bandits fighting it out for gold bars, quick stops at the tavern, fights between rival bandits, Mexicans, and most clichés of the genre. What does stand out though is that the main characters are quite amusing, and you find yourself rooting for them as they are faced with several face-offs while trying to get their gold and come out on top.

This film certainly has that low brow Lenzi quality to it, so if you enjoy his films, and general light hearted pasta flicks, then I recommend this film for you.

6/10.

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Genres

Action | Comedy | Thriller | Western

Details

Release Date:

16 June 1972

Language

Italian


Country of Origin

Italy, Spain

Filming Locations

Colmenar, Madrid, Spain

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