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Burt Reynolds stars in this lusty gutsy action western about a fearless Indian with a relentless vendetta against a band of outlaws that killed his people.System Requirements:Running Time: 93 minutesFormat: DVD MOVIE Genre: WESTERN/CLASSICS Rating: NR UPC: 883904107132 Manufacturer No: M110713

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  • Actors: Burt Reynolds, Aldo Sambrell, Nicoletta Machiavelli, Fernando Rey, Tanya Lopert
  • Directors: Sergio Corbucci
  • Writers: Fernando Di Leo, Piero Regnoli, Ugo Pirro
  • Producers: Ermanno Donati, Luigi Carpentieri
  • Format: Color, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: United Artists / MGM
  • DVD Release Date: May 13, 2008
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0014BQR2E
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,525 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Navajo Joe" on IMDb

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Burt Reynolds in the title role takes out revenge on Aldo Sanbrell and his gang in this extremely violent and unsympathetic Spaghetti Western. This film shows off Reynolds' great physique and athletic prowess (circa 1966) under Sergio Corbucci's direction. Ennio Morricone (Leo Nichols) composed a rather over the top pseudo-American Indian score which is just wild. The final confrontation between Reynolds and Sanbrell is so incredible it has to be seen.
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Before Burt Reynolds became a hot property, he went to Italy probably hoping to catch the fire that Clint Eastwood found and made 'NAVAJO JOE' the fifth western by director Sergio Corbucci. Burt has said in past interviews that its his worst film but he couldn't be more farther from the truth. It's one of the best spaghetti westerns of the mid sixties with a stellar cast including Fernando Rey and the beautiful Nicoleta Machiavelli as the mute Indian girl who becomes Burt's sidekick. The true scene stealer is the awesome Aldo Sambrell as Duncan, the leader of a band of outlaws who are getting paid for Indian scalps and who stops at nothing to try to bring down Burt. Corbucci delivers the goods with non stop action throughout its running time. The music score is under the direction of the master, Ennio Morricone, who is billed under an alias ,Leo Nichols, which he also used for his excellent score for Corbucci's 'THE HELLBENDERS' released the same year. MGM gives the release a pristine widescreen transfer, lets hope they release 'DEATH RIDES A HORSE' and 'GUNS FOR SAN SEBASTIAN' in the near future with the same quality. This film is one of my favorite guilty pleasures which I find myself coming back to on repeated viewings. Its fast, bloody, and honorable, and sorry, Burt, its better than'100 RIFLES'.
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A true classic of Burt Reynolds.
Background trivia:
Burt Reynolds only agreed to make this film because he was under the impression that Sergio Leone would be directing. When he found out it was Sergio Corbucci he tried to pull out, but the contracts had already been signed and it was too late.

Apparently, during the production of this movie, director Sergio Corbucci drove Burt Reynolds deep into Spain's Almerian Desert and then drove off leaving him there to walk back to town.

Burt Reynolds once described this movie as being "so awful, it was shown only in prisons and airplanes because nobody could leave. I killed 10,000 guys, wore a Japanese slingshot and a fright wig."

Burt Reynolds wore a black hairpiece for this film.

When director Sergio Corbucci was approached to make this movie, Marlon Brando was touted as the star. By the time production started the lead had been given to Burt Reynolds. Reynolds and Corbucci did not get along at all.

The horse belonging to Navajo Joe was made to look like a pinto. It was actually a dapple gray, but was partially painted to resemble a pinto..

Burt Reynolds has joked about his dislike of this movie by referring to the film's director Sergio Corbucci as being the "wrong Sergio". Sergio Leone is the most internationally famous director of many of the successful spaghetti westerns including the Dollars Trilogy. Moreover, there was also another Sergio who directed spaghetti westerns, Sergio Sollima.

A former stuntman, Burt Reynolds supervised the stunts on this picture.

Producer Dino De Laurentiis made this spaghetti western with the intention of replicating the success of A Fistful of Dollars (1964) after that movie had become a box-office hit.
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By Sebastian H. on February 23, 2008
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Navajo Joe suffers from mediocre makeup effects and below average scenery, but it makes up in story intensity, drama and most of all music. Morricone's score gives you goosebumps and it makes the movie so much more emotional. The reason why people are longing to see this movie on DVD, is that it is a quintessential Spaghetti Western, one of the must see films of the genre, with the music so popular, the star so famous and the finale so memorable, it is a wonder MGM hasn't released this one years ago (this is a copy of my review I wrote at the Spaghetti Western Database, swdb.info)
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"Navajo Joe" is a spaghetti Western from 1966 starring Burt Reynolds as the titular Native warrior who seeks revenge on a gang of sadistic outlaws who massacred his wife and tribe.

They say Italians have been making the worst movies for a hundred years, but "Navajo Joe" is pretty good for a spaghetti oater. In an interview Reynolds admitted that he took Clint Eastwood's example (whom he replaced on the TV series "Rawhide") by going to Europe and starring in an Italian Western; unlike Eastwood who got Sergio Leone, however, Burt got Sergio Corbucci.Despite this, Reynolds was in his prime and looks robust; being a stuntman, he did all his own stunts, which is impressive when you view the movie.

Other highlights include the typically outlandish but memorable score by Ennio Morricone (pseudonymously credited as Leo Nichols), which is reminiscent of his later score for "Burn!" and raven-haired Nicoletta Machiavelli as Estella, a half-breed who takes a liking to Joe. Other than this, the typical revenge plot moves right along for a fairly entertaining 60's European Western where the dubbed voices don't match the lips. "Navajo Joe" may not be great, but it's amusing enough.

The film runs 93 minutes and was shot in Spain.

GRADE: B
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