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-[[Allen Klein]] produced a trilogy of spaghetti westerns starring and written by [[Tony Anthony]] copying Clint Eastwood's ''[[The Man With No Name]]''. ''[[A Stranger In Town]]'' and ''[[The Stranger Returns]]'' were released in the USA by MGM. A dispute with MGM over the last one, [[The Silent Stranger]], led to it not being released for seven years after production. Klein and Anthony also collaborated on the film ''[[Blindman]]'' featuring [[Ringo Starr]] as a Mexican bandito.+==The Stranger films==
 +[[Allen Klein]] produced a trilogy of [[Spaghetti Western|spaghetti western]]s starring and written by [[Tony Anthony (actor)|Tony Anthony]] and ostensibly copying [[Clint Eastwood]]'s [[The Man With No Name]]. ''A Stranger In Town'' and ''The Stranger Returns'' were released in the USA by [[MGM]]. A dispute with MGM over the last of the three, ''The Silent Stranger'', led to it not being released for seven years after production. Klein and Anthony also collaborated on the film ''Blindman'' featuring [[Ringo Starr]] as a Mexican bandito. Klein also appeared briefly on camera, in a similar role.
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Allen Klein produced a trilogy of spaghetti westerns starring and written by Tony Anthony and ostensibly copying Clint Eastwood's The Man With No Name. A Stranger In Town and The Stranger Returns were released in the USA by MGM. A dispute with MGM over the last of the three, The Silent Stranger, led to it not being released for seven years after production. Klein and Anthony also collaborated on the film Blindman featuring Ringo Starr as a Mexican bandito. Klein also appeared briefly on camera, in a similar role.




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