Man of the East

'He's a fun-of-a-gun!' or so the tagline promises. Terence Hill ("They Call Me Trinity") is back in his classic genre of comedy/western, this time as the university-educated son of a rough frontier man. When his father dies, Hill returns to the family ranch only to find that his metropolitan sensibilities are at odds with the gun-toting, tobacco-chewing way of life there, but friendship and romance will win over cultural differences any day - and a jealous town marshal might just bring out the cowboy in this city boy.

Year: 1972
Genre: Comedy, Westerns, Spaghetti Westerns, Spoofs
Country: France, Italy
Director: Enzo Barboni
Starring: Gregory Walcott, Harry Carey Jr, Terence Hill
Duration: 120 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence and sexual references.
Location in store: Western



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