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Bio: Sergio Corbucci's very extensive spaghetti western career has two sides. In the sixties he stood for hard westerns, among other things shot “Django”, “The cruel ones” or corpses pave his way. In the seventies, on the other hand, he first switched to western comedies such as “Let's kill, Companeros”, and finally switched to comedy entirely and staged Hill / Spencer smack works such as Zwei sind nicht stem or Zwei Aces trump . His last rather serious western was in 1969 "Drive to Hell, you scoundrels", created against an unusual backdrop. The production, which is financed not only with Italian and German, but above all with French money, does not use the dusty filming locations of Spain, but the French Alps. Corbucci's recourse to contemporary motifs also proves to be surprising. There is a group of weed hippies in the middle of the film plot. This sometimes seems quite strange and with the somewhat tenacious beginning ensures that Corbucci's Western clearly lags behind the quality of his better works. The narrative and staging skills of the often very socially critical filmmaker prevent "Drive to Hell, you scoundrels" from even slipping into the vicinity of the numerous miserable Italo-Western productions.
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