La pazienza ha un limite... noi no! (1974)

  |  Comedy, Western


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An Irish corporal in a U.S. army camp steals and hides the military's treasure chest. When he dies, his two half-wit sons are given each a piece of a torn map from their mother, the only clue to the gold's hiding place.


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| Inferior spoof Spaghetti Paella Western coproduced by Italy and Spain , made in Terence Hill and Bud Spencer style
Two Mcdonald brothers , the bungler Pupo :Peter Martell and the botcher Duke: Sal Borgese , who live with their mother :Lernia , go out to look for a treasure that their father had previously robbed to Northern Army 20 years earlier. Both , Pupo and Duke , have two halves of the map that leads to treasure .They are pursued by bandits , as Pepe Ruiz , and bounty hunters. Meanwhile, Duke assaults some banks, but things get worse.

Below average Pasta Chorizo Western coproduced by Italy and Spain with usual ingredients as shootouts , fights , go riding and lots of humor with tongue in cheek . There are several brawls and fighting , including punches , slaps and Kickass , but with no blood , neither violence , but hilarious confrontation. Customary Spaghetti with ordinary actors as Peter Martell who performed a great number of Ravioli Westerns as Fury of Johnny Kid, Arizona Colt , Two crosses in Danger Pass , Lola Colt, Two men one death , Forgotten Pistolero , Unholy Four . Although he made other genres as Giallo or Terror as Omicidio Per Appuntamento , Death walks at midnight , Killer Baby against Dracula , and Tears of Kali . Costars Sal Borgese , a habitual secondary in all kinds of Italian genres and he played several films usually comical and support roles. Furthermore, a lot of Spanish secondaries as Pepe Ruiz , Ramon Lillo , Luis Barboo, Manuel Zarzo and Marisa Medina.

Atmospheric and evocative cinematography by Miguel Mila , a good cameraman who photographed various Westerns as Joaquin Murrieta , Jim Golden Parker , El Hombre que mato Billy El Niño , Ocaso de un pistolero, Los cuatro implacables , Manos Torpes , El Halcon De Sierra Madre , and La tumba de un pistolero . Being shot on location in Colmenar Viejo, Manzanares del Real , Madrid surroundings , Studios Ballesteros , Madrid and Elios Studios , Rome . The motion picture was lousy directed by Franco Cierre , under pseudonym Frank Farrow in his only film.

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Genres

Comedy | Western

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Release Date:

27 September 1974

Language

Italian


Country of Origin

Italy, Spain

Filming Locations

Colmenar Viejo, Madrid, Spain

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