40 Graves for 40 Guns
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Time Out saysSombre half-breed robs train, is betrayed by gang, returns to deserted wife, loses her, assembles new bunch of misfits, then bloodily offs old gang. Borrowing heavily from Peckinpah forhis themes (conflicting allegiances, the lore of machismo, the letting of blood, etc), Hunt never attains the former's understanding, control or grace, with the result that his film degenerates into a series of random slaughters which lack even sufficient cruelty to be interesting. CPea.