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Sergio Leone News / A new french website
« on: June 10, 2003, 10:17:01 AM »
i'm starting to make a new site about sergio leone, in french (sorry). Now, there arn't a lot of working pages, but there will be...

General Discussion / previews
« on: March 31, 2003, 08:44:53 AM »
i'm not sure of the meaning of "preview"... is it exactly the little part of thes movies that will be coming soon that are showed before the film begin in the theatres?

If yes, does somebody knows where i can download sergio's previews? i've just the one of gbu on the dvd...


General Discussion / Introduction scenes
« on: March 29, 2003, 04:51:56 PM »
I think that one of the most important qualities of Leone is his introdution scenes (can i say that in english???).
If you forget the final duels, what do you really remember in leone's movies?

in GBU: the first part (until that "the good" is written on the screen) is the beest (on my mind).

in ouatw: the first scene is great great great... and after that the introduction of frank (for me the most beautiful introduction of a character ever made), and the one of jill and the one of the cheyenne...
in fistful of dynamite: when john appears...

in for a few dollars more: monco's apparition.

When you ask somebody to explain you ouatw, usually, the guy answer  "that was great, but i can't remember exactly... i recall three men in dusters, at the station, with a bog..."

Duck, You Sucker / FoD, underrated?
« on: March 26, 2003, 12:31:39 PM »
I just would like to say that this movie is often considered as leone's weakest movie... I can't agree: it's a beautiful movie, one of the best movies that i know. It isn't as good as the two once upon a time, but it is still better than a fistful of dollars and for a few dollars more... I think it is the same level as gbu.

Unfortunatly, james coburn and rod steiger both died last year... R.I.P

Once Upon A Time In The West / French Questions
« on: March 21, 2003, 06:56:31 AM »
The three dusters waiting for a train are al mulloch, woody strode and jack elam.

I think Al isn't famous, he's italian, and i've just seen him in gbu and ouatitw.

Is Jack elam famous? i don't know him, but he's a very good actor.

And Woody Strode? He is the "guest star" of the movie, but i've just seen him in ouatitw and "the professionnels". Who's that guy???

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