The Tramplers

  • 1966
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Western

Cotten, Scott, and Mitchum add nothing to this Italian western that was actually filmed in Argentina. Cotten stars as the head of an old Southern family, divided in its views following the Civil War. The old man is so set in his ways, he still forces the women of the family to eat upstairs. The sons decide to move west with their sister and her husband....read more

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Cotten, Scott, and Mitchum add nothing to this Italian western that was actually filmed in Argentina. Cotten stars as the head of an old Southern family, divided in its views following the Civil War. The old man is so set in his ways, he still forces the women of the family to eat

upstairs. The sons decide to move west with their sister and her husband. However, the family feud goes with them, and soon, they are battling it out, brother against brother. One shooting scene is so ludicrous, it defies imagination: two guys fire hundreds of rounds without ever reloading their

guns! The filmmakers even stooped to using some footage of men being killed twice during the same 10-minute sequence. When it's all over, only one family member is alive. Too bad.

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Cotten, Scott, and Mitchum add nothing to this Italian western that was actually filmed in Argentina. Cotten stars as the head of an old Southern family, divided in its views following the Civil War. The old man is so set in his ways, he still forces the w… (more)

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