Italian Action Western published in 1966 starring Franco Nero as Django: Texas, Adios - A Texan sheriff and his younger brother travel across the border into Mexico to confront the man who killed their father.
Texas, Adios (1966) Director: Ferdinando Baldi Writers: Ferdinando Baldi, Franco Rossetti Stars: Franco Nero, Alberto Dell'Acqua, Elisa Montés Genre: Action, Western Country: Italy | Spain Language: English Release Date: 17 February 1967 (West Germany) Also Known As: Texas adios Filming Locations: Cabo de Gata, Almería, Andalucía, Spain
Storyline: The tough gun-man Burt Sullivan (Franco Nero) leaves his job as a town sheriff to go to Mexico to find the man, Cisco, who killed his father many years ago. He and his younger brother arrive in a small town where everybody is afraid of Cisco who has become the local landowner. But there is a secret. It turns out that Cisco is the father of Burt's younger brother and Cisco are craving for respect from his "son". Burt Sullivan joins forces with the local townspeople to stop and bring Cisco back to his punishment in Texas.
Reviews: "Ferdinando Baldi is one of those Italian directors who had the magical ability to make great films such as this one.
Franco Nero, one of the best Italian actors ever reaches once more the highest peak in performance in this great Italy/Spanish co-production.
If you don´t like this film, you probably won´t like none of the 500 westerns filmed in Europe, and that means this is not your genre, so then forget all about it and watch stuff like "Star trek" or "2001", you´ll probably find it more exciting.
Action, action & more action is what you´ll get from this excellent spaghetti-western.
(10 out 10)" Written by f.gimenez on IMDb.com
"Lawman Franco Nero and his younger brother say adiós to Texas and travel south of the border to seek justice for their long murdered father. Soon they discover that the killer is now a wealthy and oppressive landowner with some secrets to tell regarding the two brothers.
Not as flamboyant as other Italian westerns, this is more like an American western in it's straight forwardness, though with a few European quirks and a bit more excessive violence.
Still, it's colorful and entertaining with good location photography and an excellent musical score. Franco Nero's always good.
Speaking of Nero, any western film with him in the lead invites unfair comparisons to Django. This is no exception." Written by FightingWesterner on IMDb.com
Also Known As (AKA): (original title) Texas, addio Australia Texas, addio Brazil (alternative title) Texas Adios Brazil Adeus, Texas Bulgaria (Bulgarian title) Тексас, адио Denmark Django - skyd først Denmark Django i kamp mod terrorbanden Denmark (DVD title) Texas - Adios! Finland Texas adios France Texas, addio Greece Τέξας, αντίο Hong Kong (English title) (premiere title) For a Fistful of Bullets Hungary Agyő, Texas India (English title) Texas, Addio Japan (Japanese title) ガンマン無頼 Peru La Venganza de Django Portugal Texas Adeus Romania Adio, Texas Soviet Union (Russian title) Джанго, прощай! Spain Adiós, Texas Sweden Texas adios Turkey (Turkish title) Adiyos Teksas UK Texas, Adios UK (premiere title) The Avenger USA Texas, Adios USA (alternative title) Goodbye Texas West Germany (video title) Django 2 West Germany Django, der Rächer Yugoslavia (Serbian title) Adio Teksas
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