The best Giglio Gigli’s movies

Giglio Gigli

Giglio Gigli

Today we present the best Giglio Gigli’s movies. If you are a great movie fan, you will surely know most of them, but we hope to discover a movie that you have not yet seen … and that you love! Let’s go there with the best Giglio Gigli’s movies.

Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die!

Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die!
6.1/10
  • Genre: ThrillerWestern
  • Release: 28/03/1968
  • Character: One of Elfegos Men (uncredited)
A man, released after a jail term for a crime he did not commit, raises a gang to go after the man who framed him.

A Man Called Blade

A Man Called Blade
6.6/10
  • Genre: Western
  • Release: 13/08/1977
  • Character: Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)
Maurizio Merli stars as a hatchet-wielding bounty hunter with a dark past and an even more desperate future. But when he disrupts the balance of power in a corrupt mining town, he unleashes a firestorm of brutality, betrayal and cold-blooded murder. Now, one man stalks a savage land where justice walks a razor and no bullets slice deeper than vengeance. He is A MAN CALLED BLADE.

Django and Sartana Are Coming... It's the End

Django and Sartana Are Coming... It's the End
4.4/10
  • Genre: Western
  • Release: 14/11/1970
A gang of vicious outlaws lead by the crazed Black Burt Keller abduct Jessica Colby and decide to flee to Mexico. Shrewd bounty hunter Django and saintly roving gunslinger Sartana join forces to rescue the poor lass from the gang's vile clutches.

The Stranger That Kneels Beside the Shadow of a Corpse

The Stranger That Kneels Beside the Shadow of a Corpse
4.9/10
  • Genre: Western
  • Release: 27/11/1970
  • Character: Medina Henchman
This peculiar spaghetti western from prolific director Demofilo Fidani (using the pseudonym "Miles Deem") deals with a man named Blonde (Chet Davis) tracking bounty hunter Lazar (Hunt Powers) to the mining town of Lamazos. The evil town boss, Barret (Gordon Mitchell), wants Lazar dead, so he sends a group of assassins to murder him. Lazar survives, and Barret ends up offering him $100,000 to leave town. Lazar accepts the money and travels on to a remote shack, where he tortures an old man (Ettore Manni), making him a slave. What Lazar doesn't know is that the old man is Blonde's father, and he pays for his mistake with his life, leaving the man and his gunslinging son rich after the obligatory showdown. Fidani's film is unusual in its almost hallucinatory lack of logic, creating a surreal effect aided by the cinematography of Aristide Massaccesi, who would go on to some notoriety as cult director "Joe D'Amato."

Blood River

Blood River
4.8/10
  • Genre: Western
  • Release: 18/08/1974
  • Character: Webster Cowboy (uncredited)
A bunch of unscrupulous men make havoc of a tribe of Indians to take their land. A survivor of the massacre decides to avenge his people by killing the whole bunch one by one.

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