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I have yet to watch the uk trinity 2-fer dvd as i'm saving it for my birthday.
i did 'test' the dvd and had a huge smile on my face when i saw the excellent quality, which in this dvd age, is how things should be.
i did sneak a look at the extras and found the hill / spencer interviews very informative.
only minor thing i noticed is that page 2 og the hill filmography comes up as page 3, so i don't see his '70's films.
an excellent purchase though, well recommended!

Off-Topic Discussion / Re: help me find a SW website
« on: February 03, 2006, 07:07:10 AM »
thats the one!
boardwalk angel, you're an angel!

the world wide web seems to have turned into nothing but links for amazon and ebay when i search!

Off-Topic Discussion / help me find a SW website
« on: February 02, 2006, 08:57:41 PM »
I stumbled across a SW website which i can't find any more.
it basically ranked a load of SW's out of ten, had a screen capture of each film and when you clicked on it, it gave you some detail.
off hand does this sound familiar, as i'm trying to find it again

Other Films / Re: Death Rides a Horse aka Da uomo a uomo (1967)
« on: February 02, 2006, 07:42:36 PM »
the US bargain editions are terrible quality pan and scan, the uk release is an excellent quality widescreen film.
the us versions don't do this film justice, you'll be amazed with the difference
heres a comparison

Other Films / Re: Death Rides a Horse aka Da uomo a uomo (1967)
« on: February 01, 2006, 07:25:53 PM »
Just saw that has drastically dropped the price of DRAH to 6.97 pounds.
for overseas customers the price drops to 5.93 pounds and 3 pounds postage, works out to 9 pounds including shipping, for one of lee van cllef's best SW's

Are there any bargain sets worth getting for someone looking to boost their collection,

there was a similar thread here


Other Films / Re: Lee Van Cleef's best spaghetti westerns
« on: January 22, 2006, 11:21:57 AM »
thanks for all your recommendations.
i'll start acquiring them. Looks like day of anger will be the most expensive dvd purchase i'll make (especially for a film i haven't seen).
as for the others, i was going to go witht he versions available from xploited, but saw the following version of big gundown, does anyone know if its worth getting?
thanks again

Other Films / Lee Van Cleef's best spaghetti westerns
« on: January 20, 2006, 06:37:53 PM »
I really enjoyed 'death rides a horse' and am wondring what opinions there are as to lee van cleef's best non-leone westerns.
i'm looking into getting
the grand duel / big showdown
day of anger
big gundown

top 5's or top 10's would be appreciated

Just borrowed 'once upon a time in italy' + another frayling book from the library.
The alex cox interview (link above) is basically the same interview in OUATII.
A very good interview, i guess i was just looking for a little more insight into LVC's roles, what he thought about each of his post leone westerns, which he thought were his best, also how he got on with clint would have been nice.

OUATII has an interview with sergio or clint saying that clint, lvc and eli were originally supposed to play the roles of the 3 guys waiting at the train station at the beginning of OUATITW, but clint said no.

PS, anyone looking to list their fave LVC's please go here.

here are the finnish links, unfortunately its all finnish to me!
they seem to have a lot of terence hill films including my name is nobody

i'm looking forward to receiving the uk 2-fer for its quality. i have no idea where the finnish dvds were sourced from or of their quality so will probably avoid unless am told otherwise.

I was disappointed to see no lee van cleef archive material on the GBU special edition and was wondering if any was available on FAFDM, this being his most significant movie.
Without this appearance i've read that he would have quit acting (if had not done so already).
I know nothing of the man and have seen no prior interviews, so would have appreciated hearing his views.

thanks banjo et al, for your help
i ordered 2 copies of the trinity 2-fer (one for the father in law) and DRAH.
looking forward to watching some quality versions!
i want to try and rent nobdy the greatest before buying the german 2 set and i'll hold off on the eastwoods hoping for a north american release this year.

thanks banjo for the help,
i've bookmarked the TLEFilms site but don't see a link to buy the dvd's.
I've also attached a link for finding uk dvd's
the trinity and DRAH dvd's can be found for under ten pounds each with 1 pound overseas postage
i just wanted to make sure i wasn't buying poor quality.
interesting news about the first 2 dollars movies, can't believe that the deluxe versions haven't had a US release!

Hi all,
i've been trying to upgrade my vhs collection.
i'm looking for cinema versions (not pan and scan) of
my name is nobody
they call me trinity / trinity is still my name
death rides a horse
i'm in canada where i can only seem to get cheap pan and scan versions of these. i have a region free machine and am thinking of getting the following versions, please let me know if they are worth getting or if there are better versions available
many thanks
ps how big an improvement are the 2 disc european sets of 'fistful of dollars' and ' for a few dollars more', compared to the US releases.

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