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Films of Sergio Leone => Once Upon A Time In The West => Topic started by: shorty larsen on February 10, 2003, 01:50:28 PM



Title: Back to the future III
Post by: shorty larsen on February 10, 2003, 01:50:28 PM
Been seeing OUTW today. The scene of Jill's arrival at Sweetwater, by train. With Morricone's music in background, Jill enters to the station and talks to a guard, and then the camera goes up, above the roof and shows us the rest of the village.

Have you noticed that Robert Zemeckis did the same thing for Back to the future III, the "western" one? (and I don't even talk about the fact that Michael J. Fox calls himself "Clint Eastwood" and that he wears his poncho).


Title: Re:Back to the future III
Post by: Jupa on February 15, 2003, 09:43:18 AM
Oh,did he so?In what part of the film,exactly?

I think the Eastwood joke was quite good.  8)


Title: Re:Back to the future III
Post by: shorty larsen on March 10, 2003, 03:18:19 PM
I'm talking about the scene when Marty Mcfly leaves the Mcfly farm and arrives to Hill Valley following the railroads, he enters the station, just like Jill, and the camera goes up and shows us the rest of the village.

Another thing, the final duel between Marty and Bufford Tannen. Marty protects himself with a metal "bulletproof" jusk like Cleant in "A fistull of dollars".


Title: Re:Back to the future III
Post by: shorty larsen on March 10, 2003, 03:18:57 PM
Sorry, it's "Clint" and not "Cleant".

What's happening to me?


Title: Re:Back to the future III
Post by: Grand Epic on April 17, 2003, 02:29:34 AM
Been seeing OUTW today. The scene of Jill's arrival at Sweetwater, by train. With Morricone's music in background, Jill enters to the station and talks to a guard, and then the camera goes up, above the roof and shows us the rest of the village.

Have you noticed that Robert Zemeckis did the same thing for Back to the future III, the "western" one? (and I don't even talk about the fact that Michael J. Fox calls himself "Clint Eastwood" and that he wears his poncho).

I noticed it the last time it was on TV. Brought a smile to my face.