(Anthony M. Dawson/Antonio Margheriti, Italy, 1968): Once you have surrendered any disinclination you might have toward leading acting, indifferent dubbing and general logic-flouting preposterousness, you're probably not only ready for the big plunge into spaghetti westerns, you're likely to really dig a movie like Vengeance,...

(1925-1989): The spaghetti western's biggest star save Clint Eastwood (who really only counts because the genre bounced him so high over and out of it) was also one of its most tireless stalwarts: cast by Sergio Leone as the techno-killer Colonel Mortimer in For A...

The Violent Men (Rudolph Maté, USA, 1954): Finally recuperated from the Confederate bullet that blazed a trial through his torso, Glenn Ford's small ranch operator decides to return east after selling his property to the territory's greediest monopolist, a crippled, crutch-bound Edward G. Robinson....