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RIP Osiride Pevarello

Ostia, Italy–Italian actor and stuntman Osiride Pevarell died at his home here on Dec. 15. He was 96. Pevarello appeared in dozens of films, mostly westerns. MSTies will remember his role as Sandur (where he used the stage name Herschel Curtis) in the movie in episode 301- CAVE DWELLERS.
The movie in that episode was originally titled “Ator 2: L’invincibile Orion” and came to America as “The Blade Master” before being reedited and retitled by Film Ventures International.

Thanks to Timmy for the heads up.

9 Replies to “RIP Osiride Pevarello”

  1. Eduardo says:

    Q: How much Keefe is in this movie, anyway?

    A: Miles O’Keefe

       6 likes

  2. dafs says:

    Please, call him Sandy.

       4 likes

  3. Mitchell "Rowsdower" Beardsley says:

    R.I.P. The Really Dull Old Guy

       2 likes

  4. Lee says:

    Ah yes, the movie starring John Saxon’s evil twin, and featuring credits in slo-mo.

       1 likes

  5. Jay says:

    Not many American stuntmen make it into their nineties. Good genes, Mediterranean diet? RIP Senori Paravello.

       4 likes

  6. MikeK says:

    Was he the Willie Nelson wizard guy?

       3 likes

  7. Johnny's nonchalance says:

    Come witness the might of my power!

    Or the power of my might?

    Sandur is redundant.

    Now he’s linking rings beyond the geometric nucleus.

       0 likes

  8. Kansas says:

    I always felt sorry for Sandur. His boss is sadistic creep and he has to listen to the boring old guy drone on.

       1 likes

  9. Professor Gunther says:

    I will confess that at first I thought Ortega had died!

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