A Man Called Sledge
A Man Called Sledge is a 1970 Italian spaghetti western film starring James Garner in an extremely offbeat role as a grimly evil thief, and featuring Dennis Weaver, Claude Akins and Wayde Preston. The film was written by Vic Morrow and Frank Kowalski, and directed by Morrow in Techniscope.
Luther Sledge (Garner), a wanted outlaw, is visiting his prostitute girlfriend, Ria (Antonelli), when one of his gang is shot over a poker game. Sledge kills the murderers, and is recognized by an old man (Marley), who follows him. Sledge waylays the old man, who then relates a tale of a periodic gold shipment that is heavily guarded by forty riders, but stops at a prison where the old man was incarcerated for years.
|author||Frank Kowalski Vic Morrow|
|keywords||create end fight gang war gold shipment horrify kidnap kill nearby prison old man open poker game remember run test want win wound|
|producer||Dino De Laurentiis|
|productionCompany||Dino de Laurentiis Cinematografica|
|theme||heist spaghetti western|