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Franco Nero stars as a Swedish (!?) gun trader in turn of the century, revolution torn Mexico. Tomas Milian co-stars as an accidental revolutionary and the two are thrown together when an impenetrable safe, presumably filled with great riches, is discovered. Nero and Milian travel to Fort Yuma to kidnap the imprisoned Professor Xanthos (Rey), the students' hero and possessor of the combination that will open the safe. Along the way, besides developing into a buddy film with the grungy Milian and the fastidious Nero, our heroes must conquer various groups of federales, a fort full of American soldiers and, most dangerous of all, Jack Palance's group of freelancing mercenaries.
Palance's character is one of the strangest... he's a pot-smoking wooden handed goon whose only friend is his pet falcon Marcia, who gnawed off his right hand to free him from a crucifixion death. If you find that more disturbing than absurdly humorous, COMPANEROS isn't for you, because that's pretty much of a piece with the spirit of this movie.
COMPANEROS is fast moving and quite violent, but I found its exuberant, excessive and exaggerated violence as much fun as an old Warner Brothers cartoon or a James Bond movie.Read more ›
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A story of revolution, power, and corruption. Three great actors of the western genre. Jack Palance plays the wackiest villain in my recent memory of spaghetti/zapata westerns. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Anonymous Rogue
this is one of best western i have ever seen FRANCO NERO WAS GREAT watch itPublished 12 months ago by kermit harris
A GREAT SPAGHETTI WESTERN BY SERGIO CORBUCCI WITH FRANCO NERO,TOMAS MILAN AND, JACK PALANCE.PLUS A GREAT SORE BY ENNIO MORRICONE.Published 20 months ago by BACHIR ABOU ZAHR
A fun movie against a serious backdrop("Mexican Revolution"). Milian and Nero, are at the top of their games. I would recommend it to any Western movie fan!... Read morePublished on March 9, 2014 by Jerald Neely
Looking at it, Companeros seems like some terrible undubbed Mexican western you'd find in a 2-for-$10 crate at some close-out video outlet, with a pan and scan fuzzy transfer,... Read morePublished on August 8, 2013 by E. E. Kuersten
This is a great genre film. As violent as they come, but smarter than most. Th revolution of the Mexican peasants was better brought to the screen by The Mercenary, but Jack... Read morePublished on May 21, 2013 by Adam sandoval
Companeros is a movie starring Franco Nero as a swede selling arms to mexican revolutionaries and Tomas Milian as one of the rebels sent to escort him across the border to break a... Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by Scorpio
Another fine example of the Italian political Western, albeit a comic one. The plot commingles an arms dealer called the Swede (Nero); Vasco (Milian), a Che-like, Basque-born peon... Read morePublished on December 29, 2012 by H. Pack