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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 by Allen Klein and Tony Anthony]]''
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 +''[[The Stranger Returns]]''/''Un Uomo, un cavallo, una Pistola '' is a spaghetti western directed by [[Luigi Vanzi]] and written by [[Tony Anthony]]. It is the second [[The Stranger films by Allen Klein and Tony Anthony|Stranger film]] and it was a more polished entry than the first one and had a golden stagecoach as its [[MacGuffin]].
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The Stranger Returns/Un Uomo, un cavallo, una Pistola is a spaghetti western directed by Luigi Vanzi and written by Tony Anthony. It is the second Stranger film and it was a more polished entry than the first one and had a golden stagecoach as its MacGuffin.




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