N.p. N.p., Circa 1969. Two vintage borderless reference photographs taken on the set of the 1969 Western film, one showing director Sergio Corbucci, actors Johnny Hallyday and Gastone Moschin, and various crew members between shots, the other showing Corbucci and Hallyday inspecting a gun.
A lone stranger named Hud arrives in a small western town in hopes of avenging his brother, who was hanged after being wrongly accused of robbing a bank. The third and final film in Corbucci's "Mud and Blood" trilogy, preceded by "Django" and "The Great Silence" in 1968.
Shot on location in Italy, in the Venetian Prealps, the Dolomites, and the outskirts of Rome.
9.5 x 7.25 inches. Near Fine.