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- "Ace-high" a.k.a. "Ace High" is an Italian spaghetti Western by Giuseppe Colizzi from 1968. The film is the second in a trilogy started with God Forgives..
- also known as Four Gunmen of Ave Maria, Revenge at El Paso, Revenge in El Paso, Have Gun Will Travel
- country: Italy
- languages: Italian Language, English Language
- producers: Bino Cicogna & Giuseppe Colizzi
- art direction by Gastone Carsetti
- written by Giuseppe Colizzi & Bino Cicogna
- based on a story by Giuseppe Colizzi
- cinematography by Marcello Masciocchi
- edited by Marcello Malvestito
- music by Carlo Rustichelli
- costume design by Luciana Fortini
- genres: Spaghetti Western, Western, Comedy
- rating: PG-13 (USA)
- released on (46 years ago)
- "Ace-high" a.k.a. "Ace High" is a 1919 American short Western film directed by George Holt and featuring Hoot Gibson.
Ace-High is a fictional film character.
Ace-high a.k.a. ACE High was an abbreviation for Allied Command Europe; a NATO communications system which dates back to 1956. The system was decommissioned in the late 1980s and its frequencies reallocated for commercial radiotelephone service. The system was designed to be an UHF troposcatter radio system, which was meant to provide long-range communication service in the form of telephone and telegraph in the NATO chain of command. These services combined produced over 200 channels and equipment was in place to multiplex them to contain up to 12 different calls each. There were 82 stations, located in 9 different NATO countries.
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Alice Campbell, Desire to Kill, 1934, 'Ace-high in public esteem'. Ex card-games. ace in the hole.
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