THE BIG GUNDOWN (1966) 4-disc Blu-Ray/DVD/CD set
PLEASE NOTE: This title is available to USA & Canada only. Purchases from overseas will be refunded.
Italy/Spain, 1966. Director: Sergio Sollima. Lee Van Cleef, Tomas Milian, Luisa Rivelli, Fernando Sancho, Nieves Navarro, Walter Barnes, Gerard Herter, Maria Granada. 110 Mins.
Grindhouse Releasing is proud to present the first-ever U.S. home video release of the greatest Spaghetti Western you've never seen – Sergio Sollima's widescreen epic THE BIG GUNDOWN. The legendary Lee Van Cleef stars as a relentless bounty hunter on the trail of Cuchillo (Euro-film superstar Tomas Milian), a savage Mexican outlaw accused of the rape and murder of a twelve-year-old girl. Written by ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST screenwriter Sergio Donati, THE BIG GUNDOWN features an incredible soundtrack by Ennio Morricone. This special edition contains 15 additional minutes of gunslinging action never before seen in America.
- Four Disc Deluxe Edition Combo Pack - Two Blu-rays, One DVD And One Bonus CD
- Spectacular New 2K Digital Restoration Of The Original Uncensored English Language Version, Newly expanded With Three Additional Scenes
- LA RESA DEI CONTI - The Complete, 110 Minute Director's Cut Presented In Italian With Optional English Subtitles And Special Musical Subtitles
- Bonus CD - THE BIG GUNDOWN - Original Soundtrack By Ennio Morricone
- Compelling In-Depth Interviews With Director Sergio Sollima, Star Tomas Milian And Screenwriter Sergio Donati (ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST
- Audio Commentary By Western Film Experts C. Courtney Joyner And Henry C. Parke
- Liner Notes By C. Courtney Joyner And Euro-Music Expert Gergely Hubai
- Extensive Still Galleries, Trailers And TV Spots
- AND OTHER SURPRISES!
The best non-Sergio Leone spaghetti western ... boasting stylish widescreen photography and a great Ennio Morricone score. - Leonard Maltin
Hardly a man is left alive in this bloody, gutsy and fantastically suspenseful action thriller ...plus blood, filth and every variety of violence.. - Reed Porter, The LA Citizen News
Unfolds in hard, unrelenting style. THE BIG GUNDOWN explodes with violence and sadism. - Mandel Herbstman, Film and TV Daily