Tombstone Collection: 6 Movies [2 Discs] [DVD]

This release for Western fans offers a collection of six films including I Will Fight No More Forever, Hooded Angels, and more.
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Synopsis

L'uomo, l'orgoglio, la vendetta
This 1968 spaghetti western adaptation of Carmen directed by Luigi Bazzoni stars Franco Nero as mercenary Don José who is immediately smitten by the beautiful seductress Carmen (Tina Aumont). ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

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Hooded Angels
As the Civil War draws to a close, a gang of women, bitter toward the society that did not see fit to help them, goes on a crime spree in the name of helping themselves. Some seek to bring the women to justice, but no one anticipates the fallout that will occur for trying to reel these criminals in. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi

I Will Fight No More Forever
Originally telecast as a "Xerox Special" on April 14, 1975, I Will Fight No More Forever is the true story of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce Indians. In 1877, Joseph (played by Ned Romero) refuses to obey a governmental order to remove himself and his tribe to a reservation. General Howard (James Whitmore), the cavalry officer ordered to prevent the Nez Perce from defying the government's edicts, sympathizes with the honorable and courageous Joseph, but duty is duty. Ultimately, Chief Joseph and his followers make a disastrous attempt to escape over the border to Canada. Filmed in central Mexico, I Will Fight No More Forever was written for television by Jeb Rosebrook and Theodore Strauss. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Houston: The Legend of Texas
Sam Elliot stars as Sam Houston, the visionary who nearly single-handedly forged the state of Texas into a powerful entity in its own right. Refusing to forget the Alamo (as if anyone could), Houston led the military in Texas' rebellion against Mexico. G.D. Spradlin co-stars as President Andrew Jackson, with Michael Beck appearing as Jim Bowie, James Stephens as Stephen Austin, and Richard Yniguez as Mexican General Santa Anna. Lensed on location in the Lone Star state, this sweeping made-for-TV film originally occupied three hours' screen time on November 22, 1986. Its title at that time was Houston: The Legend of Texas. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Se Incontri Sartana Prega Per la Tua Morte
In this western, an engimatic stranger stops a stage from being robbed. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

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