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John Nudge
Re: kucuk kovboy
Sun Mar 11, 2012 11:10pm
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Cenk Kiral told me that the movies were generally so bad that they were made, shown in Turkey and then relegated to storage. They were made with minuscule budgets that did not allow for decent props, costumes or sets. One used an old milk wagon for a stagecoach. Scores were lifted from mainstream Eurowesterns. I would venture to guess that few, if any, were dubbed into English.

If any could be found with English dubbing or subtitles, they would make for a great Wild East double feature (hint, hint).

  • kucuk kovboyshootgringoshoot, Sun Mar 11 4:04pm
    hi eric, its me, tom ........ but you probably guessed that already ;-) the bookled, has an english, french and italian synopses ...... i never came across any dubbed versions of the movie .... or... more
    • Re: kucuk kovboy — John Nudge, Sun Mar 11 11:10pm
      • budgetshootgringoshoot, Mon Mar 12 6:55am
        its not a matter of these movies being made bad .......or given a small budget. their was just NO budget! we are talking about turky in the 1960, 1970 ........ in this time a huge part of the turkies ... more
        • Re: budgetcJAMANGO, Mon Mar 12 11:43am
          IT'S NOT THE MATTER OF BUDJET, YHEY DON'T EVEN HAVE ANY KNOWLEDGE TOO!
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