Adios, Sabata

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MGM Released 1971

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Director:
Gianfranco Parolini
Released:
1971
Rating:
PG-13
Adios, Sabata is an Italian spaghetti western that is the second film in The Sabata Trilogy and was directed by Gianfranco Parolini. The film is set in Mexico and is about a man named Sabata (Yul Brynner) who is hired to steal gold from the Austrian army. He is hired by a guerilla leader named Senor Ocamo (Franco Fantasia). Sabata and his sidekicks, Escudo and Ballantine (Ignazio Spalla and Dean Reed) set off to find the gold and are very surprised when they reach their destination. The title of the film was originally going to be Indio Black, but the name was changed so that it would have a similar title to the first film in the series, which was called Sabata. The film was released in 1971 and was followed up by the last in the trilogy, Return of Sabata. Yul Brynner was cast in the film because the original star, Lee Van Cleef, had some issues with scheduling at the time of filming.moreless

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Action & Adventure

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Military & War, Classics