This goofy, delightfully sophomoric British spoof on spaghetti westerns was made for only $15,000 and that, along with the booming faux-Morricone score, only heightens the humor. Filmed in lush, green southwestern England (doubling for arid New Mexico), it chronicles the exploits of taciturn hero No Name and his stereotypical Indian side-kick Running Sore as they search for the nefarious villain The Squint.
Director: Edgar Wright.
Stars: Graham Low, Martin Curtis, Oli van der Vijver, Quentin Green, William Cornes, Edward Scotland, Richard Green, Amy Bowles, Stuart Low, Nicola Stapleton, James Bailey, Ian Crick, Tim Wyatt, Rich Adams, Nick Netsall.
Have always wanted to see this.
Love the horses!
Can you tell me the quality of the video and audio? And a huge thanks for sharing this film. I just found this site and it’s really interesting, I think I’ll be around here very often from now on. Great work!
Thanks for the kind words, Alejo.
This copy is pretty good, it’s sourced from VHS but it has clear audio and image, 7 out of 10 I’d say, I think you won’t be dissapointed 🙂