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-==The Stranger films==+:''[[The Stranger films by Allen Klein and Tony Anthony]]''
-[[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.+ 
 +'''''A Stranger in Town''''' is the American title of the 1967 [[Tony Anthony (actor)|Tony Anthony]] [[spaghetti western]] "Un Dollaro tra i denti."
 +A low budget clear imitation of ''[[A Fistful of Dollars]]'', it starred Anthony as the titular [[Stranger]], a shotgun-wielding antihero who helps a group of Mexican bandits steal gold from the US Army and [[Federales]], and then steals it right back from them. Released by [[MGM]] to compete with the [[United Artists]] [[Clint Eastwood]] [[the Man with No Name]] [[film series]], it became a surprise success, and spawned three sequels in which Tony Anthony reprised his role.
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The Stranger films by Allen Klein and Tony Anthony

A Stranger in Town is the American title of the 1967 Tony Anthony spaghetti western "Un Dollaro tra i denti." A low budget clear imitation of A Fistful of Dollars, it starred Anthony as the titular Stranger, a shotgun-wielding antihero who helps a group of Mexican bandits steal gold from the US Army and Federales, and then steals it right back from them. Released by MGM to compete with the United Artists Clint Eastwood the Man with No Name film series, it became a surprise success, and spawned three sequels in which Tony Anthony reprised his role.




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