Two of his movies I also like and owning: Guns for San Sebastian (1968) and The Secret of Santa Vittoria (1969). I got the chance to see these movies in the late 60s at the newly opened
Guns For San Sebastian (1968)
Anthony Quinn plays the role of Leon Alastray, a fugitive rebel who disguises as a priest . He manages to unite and defend the poor Mexican villagers and defeat the marauding Yaquis (led by Charles Bronson). This is one movie that should have long been released on dvd but still it has not been done. One great movie worthy to be kept by movie enthusiasts.
The Secret of Santa Vittoria (1969)
I saw this film in 1969. Though overlong, it still funny and entertaining. The setting is in a small Italian village during World War II. The village, known for its wine, is celebrating the overthrow of Mussolini's government. The villagers arrest the local fascist officials and elect a drunken wine merchant Bombolini (Anthony Quinn) as mayor. Soon, they learn that the Nazi will be coming to occupy their town and will be confiscating the wine. Bombolini must now face to the herculean task and challenge of protecting their 'treasure' --- over a million bottles of special wine.