DEATH WISH
1974, Paramount Pictures, 93 min, USA, Dir: Michael Winner

Mild-mannered architect Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson) unleashes his inner vigilante when his wife and daughter are attacked in this extremely influential thriller. Often imitated but never matched for raw power, DEATH WISH is action filmmaking of the highest order and contains one of Charles Bronson's most iconic performances.


THE MECHANIC (1972)
1972, MGM Repertory, 100 min, Dir: Michael Winner

Ace assassin Charles Bronson takes on protege Jan-Michael Vincent, but as he teaches him the tricks of the trade, the master begins to realize he might be training his own future adversary. Twists and turns abound in this riveting action film.


ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST
(C’ERA UNA VOLTA IL WEST)
1968, Paramount, 165 min, Dir: Sergio Leone

Charles Bronson is a soft-spoken, harmonica-playing gunslinger bent on revenge against brutal assassin Henry Fonda. Costarring Claudia Cardinale as an independent-minded mail-order bride and Jason Robards as a wry bandito with an agenda of his own.


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