Navajo Joe (1966)
Mervyn 'Vee' Duncan
Estella - Mrs. Lynne's maid
Maria - Saloon Girl
Barbara - Saloon Girl
Geraldine - Wounded Saloon Girl
Dr. Chester Lynne
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"First viewing - Nov. 18th If you can get past the fact that the film features mostly white people playing POC characters, this is pretty entertaining. Burt Reynolds gets a chance to shine every moment he's on screen, and it's no surprise his career took off from here. (He doesn't even need his trademark mustache.) It's a blast watching him thwart his rivals and make most of the people around him look like fools and cowards by comparison. It was fun enough I'd sit through it again."
"27.3. NATIONAL JOE DAY 2020 Sergio Corbuccin ohjaama spagu olikin pÃ¤ivÃ¤n ohjelmiston ainoa teos, jota en ollut aikaisemmin nÃ¤hnyt. SiinÃ¤ intiaaneja intohimokseen tappava pahisjoukko ryÃ¶stÃ¤Ã¤ mysteerimiehen vihjeen innostamana junalastillisen kylmÃ¤Ã¤ kÃ¤teistÃ¤, mutta Burt Reynoldsin esittÃ¤mÃ¤ intiaani jekuttaa preerian miehiÃ¤ tarjoilemalla mammonan sijaan alkuperÃ¤iskansallista terÃ¤Ã¤ kriittisiin paikkoihin. Minun pitÃ¤isi varmaan sanoa, ettÃ¤ Burt Reynoldsin nÃ¤keminen intiaanina hÃ"
"The axe to the head that one of the Crazy 88's gets during the fight between the Bride and the Crazy 88's is a reference to "Navajo Joe". The main theme from "Navajo Joe" is heard during the climactic scene from "Kill Bill"."
“Big scope, tight acrobacies by indianlike Burt; but some gratuitous superficial violence. Corbucci is always ok preparing action.”