Collection of six ‘spaghetti’ westerns. Lee Van Cleef stars in ‘Storm Rider’ (1957) as a judge determined to bring three lawless brothers who have been terrorising a small town to justice. In ‘Adios Sabata’ (1971), gunslinger and bounty hunter Sabata (Yul Brynner) sets out to hijack a cartload of gold with his cronies Ballantine and Escudo, only to run into trouble with Mexican revolutionaries. Led by Maximillian, the rebels set out to recapture Sabata’s haul, leading to a bloody gunfight. ‘Any Gun Can Play’ (1967) tells the story of a banker (Edd Byrnes), a bandit (Gilbert Roland) and a bounty hunter (George Hilton) who set out to track down the whereabouts of a cache of gold stolen from an army train. Jack Nicholson and Warren Oates star in ‘The Shooting’ (1966). Willett Gashade (Oates) is an ex-bounty hunter who returns home and is met by Coley (Will Hutchins), a cowboy who has just witnessed the death of his best friend. When a mysterious woman (Millie Perkins) arrives, Gashade and Coley agree to escort her through the Utah desert – but things turn nasty when a ruthless bounty hunter (Nicholson) joins the party. In ‘Kid Vengeance’ (1977), after witnessing the murder of his parents and kidnap of his sister by an outlaw gang led by McClain (Lee Van Cleef), young boy Tom (Leif Garrett) sets out on a personal mission to rescue his sister and avenge his parents’ deaths. Pernell Roberts stars in ‘Four Rode Out’ (1970) as soon-to-retire US Marshal Ross, who sets out to hunt down Mexican bank robber Fernando Nunez (Julian Mateos). Nunez, who stands accused of killing the father of his sweetheart, Myra (Sue Lyons), is also being pursued by mercenary Mr Brown (Leslie Nielsen) as well as by Myra herself. As the unlikely trio make their way across the desert in search of their elusive quarry, it soon becomes evident that Ross’s assignment is far less straightforward than it first appeared.
Storm Rider: starring Lee Van Cleef Peter O Brien and Jess Hahn directed by Giancarlo Santi. Lee Van Cleef stars in this gritty western as Sheriff Clayton a one man judge jury and executioner determined to see justice done. The Saxon brothers have an iron grip on a small town and Clayton must face down bounty hunters and all three brothers to uphold the law in the Wild West. Adios Sabata: starring Yul Brynner Dean Reed and Pedro Sanchez directed by Gianfranco Parolini. Yul Brynner is Sabata the stylish master gunslinger dressed in black tasked with leading a group of killers assassins and wanted men to steal a shipment of gold. The Austrian Empire which rules Mexico is represented by the cruel and sadistic Colonel Skimmel who is determined to capture and kill Sabata. A Any Gun Can Play: starring Edd Byrnes Gilbert Roland and George Hilton directed by Enzo G Castellari. When an armed train carrying treasure is attacked and the valuable cargo disappears three men embark on a mission to find the fortune. A bandit a banker and a man simply known as The Stranger will fight it out for $300 000 in gold in this tale of deceit and murder. The Shooting: starring Jack Nicholson Will Hutchins and Millie Perkins directed by Monte Hellman. Jack Nicholson is hired gun Billy Spears in this hard-hitting western following the adventures of an unlikely posse hunting down a suspected killer. Ex-bounty hunter Willet Gashade (Warren Oates) leads the group through the harsh and unforgiving desert only to discover a terrifying truth at journey s end. Kid Vengeance: starring Lee Van Cleef Jim Brown and Leif Garrett directed by Joe Manduke. After witnessing the murder of his parents and kidnap of his sister by a posse of murderers and thieves a young boy (Leif Garrett) embarks on a mission of revenge against those that committed the crimes. Leader of the savage outlaws is a man named McClain (Lee Van Cleef) a powerful and unscrupulous killer who must be brought to justice. Four Rode Out: starring Pernell Roberts Leslie Nielsen and Julian Mateos directed by John Peyser. A misfit posse begin a hunt for Fernando Nunez a man accused of robbery and murder. On his trail is US Marshall Ross (Pernell Roberts) Pinkerton Man Mr Brown (Leslie Nielsen) and Nunez’s lover Myra Polsen. Each have their reasons for wanting to find Nunez but some of their intentions are more honourable than others.