SABATA: Perennial villain Lee Van Cleef plays one of his rare good-guy roles in this campy, classic spaghetti outing from Gianfranco Parolini. When a group of supposedly upstanding citizens rob an Army safe in order to buy land for a railroad, trickster Sabata is on hand with his infallible aim. He toys with his enemies in a cat-and-mouse game involving guns, knives, and dynamite.
ADIOS SABATA: Yul Brenner stars as gunslinger Sabata in this spaghetti Western. He and his pals Escudo (Pedro Sanchez) and Ballantine (Dean Reed) are out to steal a wagonload of gold, but a group of Mexican revolutionaries have their sights set on it as well. They team up and go after the loot together, battling the Austrian Colonel Skimmel (Gérard Herter), a classic mustachioed villain.
THE RETURN OF SABATA: The trigger-happy gunslinger Sabata (Lee Van Cleef) rolls into Hobsonville--a town that's owned by the robber baron Joe McIntock (Giampiero Albertini). Determined to steal back the load of gold that McIntock stole from him, Sabata gathers his gang and makes his attack.