Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Paperback Procession: The Spaghetti Western Edition, Part 1


Above from Westerns...All'Italiana!
(Issue #3, September/October 1985)


A Fistful of Dollars
by Frank Chandler [Terry Harknett]
Tandem, 1972 (British)
Novelization of 1964 film


For a Few Dollars More
by Joe Millard
Award, 1969
Novelization


The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
by Joe Millard
Award, 1967
Novelization (with 3 different covers)


A Dollar to Die For
by Brian Fox [Todhuner Ballard]
Award, 1967
Original novel in a series


A Coffin Full of Dollars
by Joe Millard
Award, 1971
Original novel in a series


The Devil's Dollar Sign
by Joe Millard
Award, 1972
Original novel in a series


The Million Dollar Blood Hunt
by Joe Millard
Award, 1973
Original novel in a series


Blood for a Dirty Dollar
by Joe Millard
Award, 1973
Original novel in a series


Duck You Sucker
by James Lewis
Award, 1971
Novelization
(Film a.k.a. A FISTFUL OF DYNAMITE)


A Fistful of Dynamite
by James Lewis
Tandem, 1971 (British)
Novelization
(Film a.k.a. DUCK YOU SUCKER)


The Mercenary
by Burt Hirschfeld
Lancer, 1969
NOV
(Film a.k.a. A PROFESSIONAL GUN)


The Amigos
by Pico Rivera
Dell, 1975
Novelization of DEAF SMITH AND JOHNNY EARS (1973)


Sabata
by Brian Fox [Todhunter Ballard]
Award, 1970
Novelization (with 2 different covers, 1 w/sticker)


Return of Sabata
by Brian Fox [Todhunter Ballard]
Award, 1971
Novelization


Adios, Sabata
by Alice Denham
Popular Library, 1970
Novelization


A Town Called Bastard
by William Terry [Terry Harknett]
New English Library, 1971 (British)
Novelization
(Film a.k.a. A TOWN CALLED HELL)

2 comments:

  1. How cool!
    I had all of these years ago.
    Just FYI: The 'Fistful Of Dollars' tie-in was actually written by Terry harknett, better known as 'George G. Gilman', the mind behind the uber-popular (back in the day) 'Edge' series of western paperbacks.

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  2. I have a copy of 'A Dollar to Die For' and have written a review of it on my own blog (One a spoiler-free version, another with spoilers).

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