Return of the Musketeers by Richard Lester. It's disappointing overall. The novel, Twenty Years After by Alexandre Dumas, needed to simplified much more for the running time. It also seems they shifted from an attitude of having fun with a comic take to one of self-consciously attempting to make a comedy. The most frustrating element is the fact that they didn't assume any growth at all for Michael York's D'Artagnan, even after twenty years as a professional officer.
Hannie Caulder by Burt Kennedy. This Raquel Welch vehicle has a mixed reputation and I see why. It starts out almost like a comic version of The Wild Bunch, as three older outlaws take out a bank in a violent manner and, on their escape, kill a man and then gang rape his wife, then switches gears to follow her as she seeks revenge on them with the help of Robert Culp, as a friendly bounty killer. After that awkward jump, however, it's quite an entertaining little movie. Welch has possibly never been hotter than she is in this, Culp is charming as ever and Christopher Lee is, well, Christopher Lee.
Cut-Throats Nine has a well-deserved nasty reputation, lacking even the sentimentality of Lucio Fulci's under-appreciated Four of the Apocalypse. It follows a chain-gang en route from a mine accident to the fort at which they are imprisoned, after the violent destruction of their wagon, led through the mountains by a sergeant with a vengeance.
The Outfit by John Flynn has been out. I hope to get that when I go back, possibly along with White Fang by Fulci... and, if I can figure out a multi-region hack for my player, Blindman...