Samurai

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Released 1975

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Director:
Sergio Corbucci
Released:
1975
Rating:
R
Samurai is what happens when a samurai from the far east aims to get back a prize winning Japanese pony being held for ransom by a group of thugs and villains with the help of an old school, wild west cowboy. In Samurai, this is pure tongue in cheek comedy! Samurai is the tale of a vengeful samurai (Tomas Milian) who goes on a quest to reclaim his stolen prized Japanese pony with the help of the local do good sheriff, "Black Jack" Gideon (Eli Watch) and a nomadic womanizer (Giuliano Gemma) and the "adventure" they have. The movie is made by the famous spaghetti western director, Sergio Corbucci (The Great Silence, Companeros). If you're looking for a western movie with an old school feel and new school, subtle comedic flair, then look no further. Simply grab a bucket of your favorite popcorn, and pop in Samurai and enjoy a fantastic popcorn flick!
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    Martial Arts, Westerns, Classics