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1  Films of Sergio Leone / Once Upon A Time In America / Re: NEW DIRECTORS CUT on: June 10, 2014, 12:52:20 PM
Title: Once Upon a Time in America: Extended Director's Cut
Starring: Robert de Niro
Released: 30th September 2014
SRP: $34.99, $19.98, $17.97

Further Details:
Warner Brothers Home Entertainment sent over information on the restored, extended director's cut of Sergio Leone's ultimate epic, Once Upon a Time in America(including 22 minutes of additional footage). The Blu-ray Combo Pack version (Blu-ray/Digital Copy) will include a 32-page booklet with rare photos and production notes, along with a Blu-ray copy of the theatrical cut. There will also be single disc Blu-ray and two disc DVD version that will not include the theatrical cut. All versions will include excerpts from a Sergio Leone documentary.

2  Films of Sergio Leone / A Fistful of Dollars / Blu-ray re-release of Sergio Leone's The Man With No Name Trilogy on: May 15, 2014, 10:14:02 AM
Title: The Man With No Name Trilogy
Starring: The Man who Actually has a Name in All Three Movies
Released: 3rd June 2014
Further Details:
Fox and MGM sent over info on their Blu-ray re-release of Sergio Leone's The Man With No Name Trilogy, which will include a newly remastered version of The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. The specs, as follows, indicate that the Fistful of Dollars and For a Few Dollars More discs will be dupes of the 2010 releases. It also appears that the original mono tracks will now be presented in uncompressed DTS-HD Master Audio, but the press release is unclear in this regard (assuming it is accurate, the first two films will include DTS-HD MA mono, but the third will not, which seems unlikely to me). What isn't exactly clear is if the The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly will feature the original cut or the extended cut (it will probably be the extended cut, but would welcome the option for an original cut).

Disc 1: A Fistful of Dollars

•The Christopher Frayling Archives: Fistful of Dollars
•Feature Commentary by noted Film Historian – Sir Christopher Frayling
•A New Kind of Hero
•A Few Weeks in Spain: Clint Eastwood on the Experience of Making the Film
•Tre Voci: Fistful of Dollars
•Not Ready for Primetime: Renowned filmmaker Monte Hellman discusses the television broadcast of A Fistful of Dollars
•The Network Prologue - with Harry Dean Stanton
•Location Comparisons
•10 Radio Spots
•Double Bill Trailer
•Fistful of Dollars Trailer

Disc 2: For a Few Dollars More

•The Christopher Frayling Archives: For a Few Dollars More
•Feature Commentary by noted Film Historian – Sir Christopher Frayling
•A New Standard: Frayling on For a Few Dollars More
•Back for More: Clint Eastwood remembers For a Few Dollars More
•Tre Voci: For a Few Dollars More
•For a Few Dollars More: The Original American Release Version
•Location Comparisons
•12 Radio spots
•Theatrical Trailer

Disc 3: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly: Remastered

•Leone's West
•The Leone Style
•The Man Who Lost the Civil War
•Reconstructing The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
•Il Maestro: Ennio Morricone and The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - Part One
•Il Maestro: Ennio Morricone and The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - Part Two
•Deleted Scenes
◦Extended Tuco Torture Scene
◦The Socorro Sequence: A Reconstruction
◦Uno, Due, Tre
◦Italian Lunch
◦New York Actor
◦Gun in Holster
•Audio Commentary from Film Historian Richard Schickel
•Audio Commentary from Christopher Frayling
•Original Theatrical Trailer
•French Trailer

3  General Information / Sergio Leone News / Link to a discussion on Sergio Leone on: April 27, 2011, 09:22:06 AM

Very lame discussion but so it goes.
4  Films of Sergio Leone / Once Upon A Time In The West / Re: "Something to do with death" on: January 10, 2011, 11:18:22 AM
Definitely believe there's some kind of supernatural thing going on.
I also think that Clint Eastwood took this que from Leone. Look at the westerns that Clint stared in and directed. His character in a few of the westerns he did was Death coming back for revenge.
5  Films of Sergio Leone / The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / Re: Blondie and tuco scam (spoilers) on: September 10, 2010, 10:18:19 AM
This makes the most sense to me, you're right about Clint saying $3,000 and not $4,000, which leads me to another question if Clint had all the money from two hangings it would be $5,000? If it was only two hangings maybe Clint banked his $1k from the first hanging and was just holding on to Tuco's for the 2nd hanging.

But like I said, I reckon you're right, it is likely that the performed the trick more than twice, and Clint saying he doesn't think Tuco will ever be worth more than 3k would suggest they have tried the trick a few times when he was worth 3k and his price never went up any more.

P.S This film is sooooooo good!

I would say more that 2 times also. Also think of when Tuco tried to hang Blondie and he got away, Tuco was tailing him from his cig buts. He had to spend lots of time with Blondie to know the kind of cig he smoke (yes I know I'm pushing it but its a thought).
6  Films of Sergio Leone / The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / Hearing it is one thing but seeing it give the chills. on: June 04, 2010, 08:45:52 AM

Seeing  "The Ecstasy of Gold" is amazing. I bet after you guys see this you too will get chills. Smiley
7  General Information / General Discussion / Re: Interesting story on a new Western. on: October 10, 2007, 12:36:31 PM
We've written about this before.

Appreciate the interest but please check the search engine.

Thanks mother, I wouldn't  do it again. 

First of all, mind your own dam business, i don't know you and you don't know me.
I don't bother you and you don't bother me.

Everybody wants to be a moderator, jeez.
8  General Information / General Discussion / Re: Interesting story on a new Western. on: October 04, 2007, 01:40:01 PM
Check out the funny pics from the movie:
9  General Information / General Discussion / Interesting story on a new Western. on: September 13, 2007, 06:20:46 AM
Sukiyaki Western Django (2007, directed by Takashi Miike)

(Before this Midnight Madness screening started, a short filmed intro from Miike was played that expressed his hope that, among all the English language Japanese westerns playing at the festival this year, his would be among our favorites. It also includes his email address. Now, I'm not going to post his email on the open web for every creepy-crawly spam spider to find, but if you want to pester Miike to ask him what the hell Gozu was actually about or something, email me, or send me a message on Facebook, and I'll pass it along...)

Quite possibly the silliest Miike film yet, Sukiyaki Western Django is his take on the classic Fistful of Last Red Yojimbos Harvesting Standing Dollars story. A mysterious, nameless stranger rides into a town torn apart by two warring factions, and proceeds to play one off against the other in an effort to wipe both factions out. Naturally mayhem ensues, with 'mayhem' in this case meaning one gang leader who looks down on samurai as preening poseurs, another who thinks he's Shakespeare's Henry VI, a town sheriff who seems to have watched the 'Smeagol vs. Gollum' scene in the Two Towers a few too many times, a gatling gun, 'Indians' whose traditional native instruments seem to be the trumpet and didgeridoo, and Quentin Tarantino.

Oh, and all the actors (including, apparently, Tarantino) are speaking phonetic English. Really, you're missing something in your life until you've seen Japanese actors dressed up like cowboys muddling through lines that contain phrases like "I reckon" and "y'all ain't".

As with most Miike films it's about 15 minutes too long and is a bit visually muddled, but that comes with the territory. The central gag of the premise is strong enough to carry the movie, and the jokes (everything from the fact that the story apparently takes place in Nevada, to QT's line about where he came up with his son's name) rarely let up.

This one's definitely among Miike's better efforts when it comes to pure entertainment value.

10  General Information / General Discussion / Re: Here's another contribution of rare photos on: August 30, 2007, 07:55:34 AM
Just a note. I always thaught it was  "Manco" all these years. 
11  Films of Sergio Leone / The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / Re: How do Angel Eyes and Tuco know each other on: August 28, 2007, 11:45:26 AM
This question has nawed at me for a long time too. I truely thing there's a scene missing and we may see it sometime in the future.

Another question i have is when  they were in the camp and tuco tells blondie "Look its Angel Eyes". Blondie squints and if he knows Angel Eyes and says yeah, and something to the effect that "you better be Carson".

There's got to be something missing.
12  General Information / General Discussion / Re: Great audio interview about Sergio Leone. on: May 28, 2007, 08:57:34 AM
I though I would bump this for anyone who would like to listen again. I never get tired of this inteview. It still holds up to this day.
13  Films of Sergio Leone / The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / Question when Tuco and Blonde was captured? on: May 28, 2007, 08:55:32 AM
Tuco and Blonde left the church of Tuco brother and was captured by the army. All through the movie Tuco or Blonde never met Angel Eyes, but when they called for Bill Carson, Tuco and Blonde knows Angel Eyes. How is that possible?
14  General Information / General Discussion / Re: introducing ....the Leone Rare Still of the Week on: October 11, 2005, 02:05:16 PM
I definitely would like to see more also. The first pic was great.
15  Films of Sergio Leone / Once Upon A Time In America / OUATIA soundtrack? on: October 06, 2005, 02:54:49 PM
I saw the movie a few months ago and i kept hearing faint signs of The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. I'm not saying its bad, it's just that i heard it from time to time. Check it out and see what you think.
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