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    Hannie Caulder – Olive Signature
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    • Director:

      burt kennedy

    • Rated:

      r

    • Regional Code:

      region 1

    • Languages:

      english

    • subtitles:

      english

    • Video:

      2:35:1 aspect ratio; color

    • Year:

      1971

    • Runtime:

      85 minutes

    • Format:
    • UPC: 887090601108(DVD), 887090601207(Blu-Ray)
    • Cat #: OS011(DVD), OS012(Blu-Ray)

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    Revenge is a loaded gun in director Burt Kennedy’s (The Train RobbersHannie Caulder. Raquel Welch (One Million Years B.C., 100 Rifles, and Myra Breckinridge) smolders as Hannie, a widow sworn to avenge her own brutal rape and husband’s murder at the hands of Emmett (Ernest Borgnine, The Wild Bunch), Frank (Jack Elam, Support Your Local Sheriff), and Rufus (Strother Martin, Cool Hand Luke), three of the most despicable scoundrels to have ever roamed the prairie. Eager for revenge, but lacking the gunfighter’s know-how, Hannie soon discovers new confidence and skill when bounty hunter Thomas Luther Price (Robert Culp, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice) teaches her the way of the gun. In no time, Hannie is strapping on her six shooter and setting out to put a few notches on its handle. Co-starring the legendary Christopher Lee (Horror of Dracula), playing against type as a sympathetic gunsmith who befriends her, Hannie Caulder hits its target from ten paces.

    OLIVE SIGNATURE FEATURES

    • New High-Definition digital restoration
    • Audio commentary by Western expert and director Alex Cox (Walker, Repo Man)
    • “Exploitation or Redemption?” – an examination of rape-revenge movies with film scholar Ben Sher
    • “Win or Lose: Tigon Pictures and the Making of Hannie Caulder” – interview with Sir Christopher Frayling
    • Essay by film critic Kim Morgan