On the run from the British government in Mexico Sean Mallory (Coburn) an IRA explosives expert is befriended by Juan Miranda (Steiger) the leader of a bandit family. Upon witnessing Mallory's skills with explosives Juan asks Sean to join his gang to raid the bank of Mesa Verde but before long he's caught up in the Mexican revolution!
Rod Steiger and James Coburn will blow you apart in ""A Fistful of Dynamite"" (""Duck You Sucker"") by the master of adventure Sergio Leone! On the run from the British government in Mexico Sean Mallory (Coburn) an IRA explosives expert is befriended by Juan Miranda (Steiger) the leader of a bandit family. Upon witnessing Mallory's skills with explosives Juan asks Sean to join his gang to raid the bank of Mesa Verde but before long he's caught up in the Mexican revolution!
A soldier returning from the horrors of war tries to re-focus on his writing but to no avail. When he meets a young orphaned girl named Eva he finds himself increasingly attracted to her but her burgeoning sexuality is just the beginning...
Includes the following classic 10 Westerns! 1. The Alamo (dir. John Wayne, 1960) 2. Apache (dir. Robert Aldrich, 1954) 3. The Big Country (dir. William Wyler, 1958) 4. A Fistful Of Dynamite (dir. Sergio Leone, 1971) 5. The Kentuckian (dir. Burt Lancaster, 1955) 6. Posse (dir. Mario Van Peebles, 1993) 7. Red River (dir. Howard Hawks, 1948) 8. The Scalphunters (dir. Sydney Pollack, 1968) 9. Vera Cruz (dir. Robert Aldrich, 1954) 10. Wild Bill (dir. Walter Hill, 1995)
French anthropologist Jean-Claude Pommier staggers into a Los Angeles emergency ward and grabs Dr Eileen Flax before falling dead. Following the incident she collapses and has a series of visions where she comes to re-experience the last few days of Pommier's life and realizes that he has somehow transferred his memories to her via his touch. In the visions she sees how he became obsessed with and began to follow a street gang watching as they conducted random acts of violence. But
Madrile''a Bonita is a homage to the women of Madrid and a selection of the best-known operatic themes from 1856-1956 performed on the legendary stage of Madrid's 'Teatro Real'. This collection of exquisite operatic works celebrates the beauty and character of these women creating a vision that belongs not only to the culture and identity of Madrid but to the whole of Spain. An infinity of extraordinary female artists have trodden the boards of Madrid's theatres during these 100 years some native to the city with others from diverse regions throughout the country and as far afield as Argentina Cuba & Mexico. This remarkable performance pays tribute to them all.
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