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MAN OF THE EAST (1972)

MAN OF THE EAST <span>(1972)</span> artwork

MAN OF THE EAST (1972)

Type Feature

Approx. Running minutes 111

Release dates 09/02/2015

BBFCInsight mild violence, sex references, mild bad language

Genre(s) Western, Comedy

Director(s) E. B. Clucher

Cast includes Terence Hill, Gregory Walcott, Harry Carey Jr., Yanti Somer, Dominic Barton, Riccardo Pizzuti

Cut versions One or more versions of this work have been cut. Cuts are detailed for each respective version found under "Related works".

BBFCinsight publication date 30/01/2015

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

MAN OF THE EAST is a comic Spaghetti Western, from 1971, about a young man sent to the Wild West to be taught how to be a 'real man' by three disreputable old friends of his father's.

Violence

Mild violence in several fight scenes with a comic tone and no blood or realistic injuries.

Sex

Mild verbal sex references and innuendo as women who work in the saloon allude to being prostitutes, and someone says that the hero's father died when he "had a stroke in a bawdy house while making love to an Irish tart".

Language

Mild bad language includes several uses of 'bastard'.

Details

Title
MAN OF THE EAST
Also known as
E POI LO CHIAMARONO IL MAGNIFICO
Year
1972
Formats
Cinema, DVD
Distributor(s)
Warner Home Video Ltd,United Artists Corp. Ltd,101 Films Limited
Classified date(s)
22/01/2015
Main language
English
BBFC reference
AZF043370

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