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Product Details

  • An MVD Exclusive
  • SKU: AV014
  • Format: Blu-Ray/DVD
  • UPC: 760137753094
  • Street Date: 07/21/15
  • PreBook Date: 06/16/15
  • Label: Arrow Video »
  • Genre: Western
  • Run Time: 90 mins
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1969
  • Region Code: A
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: US
  • Language: Italian


Cast & Crew

  • Actors:
  •       Michele Mercier
  •       Robert Hossein
  •       Guido Lollobrigida
  • Director: Robert Hossein


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Cemetery Without Crosses Bluray/DVD


Cemetery Without Crosses Bluray/DVD
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YOU BELIEVE IN REVENGE BUT I DON'T... IT NEVER ENDS Inspired by the international success of the Dollars trilogy, and dedicated to director Sergio Leone, Cemetery Without Crosses offers a Gallic spin on the Spaghetti Western formula thanks to its star and creator, Robert Hossein (best-known to English-speaking audiences for his role in Jules Dassin's Rififi). After her husband is lynched by bandits, Michele Mercier (Mario Bava's Black Sabbath) seeks revenge and turns to an old friend, played by Hossein, for help. A solitary figure who lives in a ghost town and dons a single black glove before each gunfight, Hossein is initially reluctant but soon infiltrates the widow's enemies to force a showdown. Cemetery Without Crosses is a darker breed of Western, bleak and melancholy in tone amid the explosive set pieces. It also boasts an outstanding score by composer Andre Hossein (father of Robert) and the catchiest of themes, sung by cult figure Scott Walker.

Bonus Materials

  • Brand new 2K restoration of the film from original film elements
  • High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentations
  • Original Italian and English soundtracks in uncompressed PCM mono audio
  • Newly translated English subtitles for the Italian soundtrack
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the English soundtrack
  • Remembering Sergio: an all-new interview with star and director Robert Hossein, filmed exclusively for this release
  • French television news report on the film's making, containing interviews with Hossein, and actors Michèle Mercier and Serge Marquand
  • Archive interview with Hossein
  • Trailers
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by James Flames
  • Illustrated collector's booklet containing new writing by Ginette Vincendeau and Rob Young

Sales Points

  • Will appeal to fans of the Dollars trilogy
  • New special features and artwork
  • North American Blu-ray premiere

Press Quotes

Cemetery Without Crosses so utterly defied my expectations that I'm not sure if I can even adequately review it with a single viewing. Honestly, that's thrilling to me as a writer and as someone who profoundly loves cinema, and it's a further example of what a remarkable library Arrow Films has amassed in their very short time on these shores. Recommended.

     —Adam Tyner, DVD Talk

Worth a look, whether you're a western fan, or simply looking to enjoy a unique slice of European cinema that jams a stake in the ground of some pretty familiar territory. It eschews those conventions for something incredibly artsy, almost noir-ish.

     —Matt Serafini, Dread Central

One of the best and certainly among the least heralded of Euro-Westerns, Cemetery Without Crosses is a real find and a DVD Talk Collector Series title.

     —Stuart Galbraith IV , DVD Talk

A thoughtful action film; with genuine drama. And that's a pretty good and welcome combination.

     —Spaghetti Western Database

A satisfying evocation of the classic spaghetti Western and an interesting variation, with a sense of doom right out of French gangster dramas.

     —Video Librarian

A raw little gem of a movie, well worth tracking down.



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