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Made during the comedy period of the italo-western, with none other than Enzo "Trinity" Barboni doing the script, "Camposanto" is not that heavily into comedy. With Carnimeo's direction, and Garko and Berger in the lead roles, this feels a lot like a Sartana film. The characters of the two brothers, and their mexican sidekicks, get way too much screen time. Also, maybe it was the copy i saw, but the movie looked very dark in the night sequences, which is no surprise considering this was a bad habit of other italo-westerns.
Neverless, it's a fun flick, and while it lacks stronger villains, Garko, Berger and Nicolai's magnificent score carry the movie.
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