Man Called Invincible
Man Called Invincible (Italian: Lo chiamavano Tresette... giocava sempre col morto, also known as They Called Him the Player with the Dead, In the West There Was a Man Named Invincible and Tricky Dicky) is a 1973 Italian spaghetti western-comedy film directed by Giuliano Carnimeo.
|Man Called Invincible|
|Directed by||Giuliano Carnimeo|
|Produced by||Luciano Martino|
|Music by||Bruno Nicolai|
The film received mixed reviews. Christian Kessler praised the decor and the cinematography of the film, so that "this crackling-shards-comedy looks relatively good". Achille Valdata was ambivalent: "The name of the village, Melabacata (i.e. Septic Apple), gives an idea of the humorous intentions of this film" for which gags are "often amusing, in other cases end in themselves." The website Lexikon des Internationalen Films marked the film as "stupid".
- Marco Giusti. Dizionario del western all'italiana. Mondadori, 2007. ISBN 88-04-57277-9.
- Christian Keßler. Willkommen in der Hölle. 2002, pp. 132-133. ISBN 9783000092909.
- Achille Valdata. "I film del giorno. Stampa Sera. 14 June 1973, p.9.
- "Kennst Du das Land, wo blaue Bohnen blüh'n?". Lexikon des Internationalen Films. Retrieved 21 June 2014.
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