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Sergio Corbucci

The other Sergio, acclaimed Italian filmmaker who made his directorial debut with “You Saved My Daughter (1951), made his mark in films directing muscleman epics, spaghetti westerns and Terence Hill/Bud Spencer action comedies. Some of Sergio’s most notable films include “Duel Of The Titans”   (1961), “The Slave” (1963), “Django” (1966), “A Professional Gun” (1968), “The Great Silence” (1968), “Companeros” (1970), “Odds & Evens” (1978), “Super Fuzz” (1980) & “Who Finds A Friend Finds A Treasure” (1981). 

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Birth Name: Sergio Corbucci

Date Of Birth: 6th December 1927

Place Of Birth: Rome, Italy

Date Of Death: 1st December 1990

Place Of Death: Rome, Italy

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Sergio Corbucci’s Top 10 Movies on DVD & VHS

Navajo Joe(1967) VHS
After his family and tribe are unmercifully slaughtered by a wicked outlaw and his underlings, Navajo Indian Burt Reynolds plots revenge by defending a town being terrorized by the gang. Aldo Sambrell and Fernando Rey also star in this "Spaghetti western", directed by Sergio Corbucci. 89 min. NOTE: This Title Is Out Of Print; Limit One Per Customer.

Odds And Evens(1978) VHS
With trouble brewing down Miami way, there's only one pair of coppers to call on to stop crime: Terence Hill and Bud Spencer. Time and luck are running out when the two law enforcers put an end to a Mob-run gambling ring. Directed by Sergio Corbucci. 109 min.

Super Fuzz(1981) VHS
A cop suddenly discovers he has amazing powers (super strength, super vision)--until he sees the color red, and uses his newfound gifts to nab some counterfeiters. Terence Hill, Ernest Borgnine, Joanne Dru star. Directed by Sergio Corbucci. 97 min.

The Hellbenders(1967) VHS
An embittered ex-Confederate officer and his sons rob a train and must fight the law, the U.S. Cavalry and Indians in order to escape. Western thriller from Italy stars Joseph Cotten, Norma Bengeli; directed by Sergio Corbucci ("Django").

Who Finds A Friend Finds A Treasure(1981) VHS
"Trinity" pals Terence Hill and Bud Spencer are back, this time sharing the screen in a wild comedy romp set towards the end of World War II. In hopes of finding buried treasure on a deserted island, Hill stowaways on adventurer Spencer's boat, but a battle between the men lands them in water--hot water, that is--when they make it to the island and face natives, slave-trading pirates and a combat-happy Japanese soldier. With John Fujoka, Sal Borgese; directed by Sergio Corbucci ("Django"). 100 min.

A Professional Gun(1970) VHS
Thrilling "Spaghetti Western" set in the Texas border region during the Mexican Revolution. Franco Nero, Tony Musante and Jack Palance star as hired gunslingers who work both sides of the law and team up for a crime spree, before greed breaks up their uneasy alliance. Music by Ennio Morricone. AKA: "The Mercenary." Directed by Sergio Corbucci. 92 min.

Moving Target(1969) VHS
International intriguer with Yank Ty Hardin as the world's top thief, wanted by cops and criminals alike for the tooth he extracted from a corpse in prison. The tooth has secret microfilm in it that includes important double agent info. Michael Rennie, Gordon Mitchell also star; spaghetti western maestro Sergio Corbucci helms. AKA: "Death on the Run."

Django [DVD](1966) DVD
The original, landmark "spaghetti western" that spawned a slew of unrelated sequels. Franco Nero stars as the wandering gunman who arrives, dragging his machine gun in a coffin behind him, in a decaying frontier town caught in the middle of a violent battle between Mexican bandits and a racist gang. Director Sergio Corbucci's compelling drama also stars Eduardo Fajardo. 90 min.

Companeros [DVD](1970) DVD
Interesting European Western with political themes in which mercenary Franco Nero joins revolutionary Thomas Milian to help free a pacifist professor and his students who are being imprisoned by Americans in Texas. During their trek, Milian and Nero encounter a nasty gunslinger with a wooden hand, played by Jack Palance. Fernando Rey co-stars. Directed by Sergio Corbucci. 120 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby mono, Italian Dolby mono; Subtitles: English; interviews; theatrical trailer; biographies.

The Great Silence [DVD](1968) DVD
On the harsh landscape of the American frontier, a group of falsely accused outlaws is pursued by a band of money-hungry bounty hunters who will stop at nothing to capture their prey and collect the reward. The fugitives cross paths with a mute gunfighter who may be their only chance for survival. Klaus Kinski, Jean-Louis Trintignant and Mario Brega star in this Euro-western masterpiece from director Sergio Corbucci. 105 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby mono; alternate ending; theatrical trailer.


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