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After their powerful father is brutally murdered, the Saxon Brothers hire a group of bounty hunters to bring suspected killer Philipp Wermeer to justice. But when grizzled Sheriff Clayton saves the fugitive Philipp's life, the two set out to confront the Saxons and reveal the shocking truth about who really killed The Patriarch.
The legendary Lee Van Cleef (FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE, THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY, and ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK) stars in this classic 'Spaghetti Western' stylishly directed by Giancarlo Santi from a clever screenplay written by Ernesto Gastaldi (TORSO, CASE OF THE BLOODY IRIS). Also known as THE BIG SHOWDOWN and STORM RIDER, GRAND DUEL has been newly transferred in stunning High Definition from the original camera negative and fully restored for this release!EXTRAS:
Audio Commentary with Journalists C. Courtney Joyner and Henry Parke
Spaghetti Western Trailer Reel
Classic 'Spaghetti Western' now available on an officially-licensed DVD with fully restored audio and video!
'Stylish, Ultra-Cool And Full Of Tense, Exciting Gunfights!' --Blueprint
'One Of Lee Van Cleef's Finest Performances!' --10K Bullets
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I'm a spaghetti western and Lee van Cleef fan but honestly the only good thing about this movie is the song by Luis Bacalov. The quality of the DVD transfer though is excellent.Published 18 months ago by Kosta Kalaryits
This movie was terrible, Lee Van Cleef was the only redeeming feature but he couldn't save it. The circus acrobatics were funny though, the hero shooting villains off roofs then... Read morePublished on June 30, 2014 by Daulman
An outstanding Italian Western, but one that takes time to understand, and that therefore one must be patient with. Read morePublished on March 26, 2014 by J. G. Lewis
Right off the bat, I'm going to say this is the best version of this film available. If you want to see The Grand Duel, get this version. Read morePublished on August 6, 2013 by Jonny Powers