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Navajo Joe (1966) was a Western - Action Film directed by Sergio Corbucci and produced by Luigi Carpentieri and Ermanno Donati.

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By Dan Day Jr. on Sep 1, 2015 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog

Kino Lorber has been putting out a lot of Spaghetti Westerns on Blu-ray recently, and one of the latest is 1966's NAVAJO JOE, starring of all people Burt Reynolds. After he was shown a print of A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS by his buddy Clint Eastwood, Burt Reynolds thought that maybe he should try the Ital... Read full article

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Apparently, director Sergio Corbucci maintained that this movie's plot was based on historical fact, referring to the U.S. Government financing the scalp bounties.
This movie is one of a number of screen westerns that Burt Reynolds made during the mid-late 1960s and early 1970s. These movie westerns include Navajo Joe; 100 Rifles; Sam Whiskey and The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing.
For the production of this film, a miniature Western town was constructed on the environs of the old railway station at Guadix, Spain. The De Laurentiis movie studios did not have a western town set on their back-lot nor did Colmenar Viejo have a railway.
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