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-The second [[The Stranger films by Allen Klein and Tony Anthony|Stranger film]], ''[[The Stranger Returns]]''/''Un Uomo, un cavallo, una Pistola '' was a more polished entry than the first one and had a golden stagecoach as its [[MacGuffin]]. [[Tony Anthony]]'s willingness to experiment with the genre resulted in the third series entry, the self-explanatory ''[[A Stranger in Japan]]''/'' Lo Straniero di Silenzio''/''The Silent Stranger''. Considered by many the first "East-meets-West western", predating ''[[Red Sun]]'' by three years, its release was delayed for seven years in the US due to a dispute with [[MGM]], and never received a European release at all. Anthony later declared the film his best and lamented the cuts that MGM made to it. Both had scores by [[Stelvio Cipriani]].+The second [[The Stranger films by Allen Klein and Tony Anthony|Stranger film]], ''[[The Stranger Returns]]''/''Un Uomo, un cavallo, una Pistola '' was a more polished entry than the first one and had a golden stagecoach as its [[MacGuffin]].
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