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A Reason to Live, a Reason to Die 1972

Determined to save his neck from a court martial and execution after giving up Fort Holman to the Confederates, Union Col. Pembroke (James Coburn) recruits seven condemned soldiers to retake the fort in this 1972 spaghetti Western. While carrying out this desperate assignment against impossible odds, they'll be pitted against formidable opponent Maj. Ward (Telly Savalas). Bud Spencer and Ugo Fangareggi co-star. (read more)

Directed By:
No image existsTonino Valerii
Written By:
No image existsRafael Azcona
No image existsErnesto Gastaldi
No image existsTonino Valerii
No image existsJames Coburn
No image existsTelly Savalas
No image existsBud Spencer
No image existsRobert Burton
No image existsReinhard Kolldehoff
No image existsJosé Suárez
No image existsUgo Fangareggi
No image existsBenito Stefanelli
No image existsAdolfo Lastretti
No image existsFabrizio Moresco
No image existsFrancisco Sanz
No image existsCarla Mancini

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A Reason to Live, a Reason to Die Movie Review by Movie Addict (7/31/2010)

Another western taking place during the Civil War.

Colonel Penbroke (James Coburn) is trying to redeem himself after losing a fort to the rebs, and, like The Dirty Dozen, gathers condemned men to take a fort. He only has six or eight, not a dozen, but they manage to get to the fort anyway. Getting in is another...

(complete A Reason to Live, a Reason to Die review by Movie Addict)

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