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by Brian Hannan
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Well just the other day, I rewatched The Great Train Robbery which sometimes went by The FIRST Great Train Robbery. Danger Man/Secret Agent/Secret Agent Man always confused me. Witchfinder General/Conqueror Worm…
Witchfinder for sure. I should have mentioned Lee Van Cleef and the spaghetti westerns. Hard to track as were Klaus Kinski flicks.
Those Christopher Lee movies were, and still are in a few cases, a major source of confusion for me.
Funny you mention North Sea Hijack as I remember seeing that in the cinema on release, and that’s the title it went under.
I even have that poster for the Moore flick under the title ffolkes. I find the horror genre is the one that really played with titles more than the others although spaghetti westerns could as well. Thanks for watching what I thought was a fun topic.