Corri, uomo, corri (Run, Man, Run)

1968

Corri, uomo, corri (Run, Man, Run)

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A skillful thief with a penchant for knives attempts to outwit a slew of bloodthirsty treasure hunters in this brutal Italian Western from director Sergio Sollima. The gold they seek may be enough to finance the Mexican Revolution -- depending on who gets to it first and what they intend to do with it. Whether it's the thief Cuchillo (Tomas Milian), his passionate fiancée, the sheriff-turned-bounty-hunter, the ruthless bandits, or the fearsome American agents who end up with the gold, two things are certain -- the stakes are high and the competition is literally cutthroat. Run, Man, Run! also features music by Bruno Nicolai and the legendary film composer Ennio Morricone.

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Cast

Chelo Alonso
as Dolores
John Ireland
as Santillana
Tomás Milian
as Manuel 'Cuchillo' Sanchez
Linda Veras
as Penny Bannington
Donald O'Brien
as Nathaniel Cassidy
Gianni Rizzo
as The Mayor
José Torres
as Ramirez
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In my opinion, this sequel to The Big Gundown is a lot better than its predecessor. Not only does this feature more of the Italian superstar known as Tomas Milian, it has a better thought out plot and set of characters. It also has no problem being completely trashy; such as the mudfight between two bombshells. It has a lot more heart than it needs to, but also delivers on the violence and gore expected of a Spaghetti Western. A really like the whole Mexican Revolution involvement in this, it sort've just plays in the background as a frame of reference.

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