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If Blondie had shot Tuco after collecting all the reward money, how would you have continued the story without Tuco?   Would you have added another character in Tuco's place?  If so, would he have been a bandit or a straight-up guy like Blondie?   How about Blondie and AE together from the point of Tuco getting shot dead by Blondie and having both of them (Blondie and AE) go the rest of the journey together to Sad Hill?

These are only 'what if' questions, if you could alter the story or change it in any way (not that it should have been changed at all - just a fun kind of question - :D

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shoot Tuco after all he's put Blondie through (i.e. the trek across the hot desert, making him put his head in a noose in the hotel room [Tuco had every intention of shooting the chair leg] )?   Blondie, of course, wanted to collect the reward money, but after he told Tuco that he's not worth more than $3,000, he could have just shot him, knowing he's committed so many crimes.   Why didn't he just shoot him after he got the reward money?   

This question may have been asked before, but it's just something I've wondered.  Of course, if that happened, it would, of course, have shortened the movie and the storyline wouldn't have been as long, but just a question that came to mind nonetheless.     Thanks for your input.    ;)

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / Re: What version of GBU....
« on: April 15, 2008, 08:50:30 PM »
Thank you very much for the link, Dave.  I'll certainly check it out!   O0

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / Re: What version of GBU....
« on: April 15, 2008, 07:44:54 PM »
Thanks, Cigar Joe, for your warm welcome - ;)   It's great to be back!   O0

Thank you very much for the info, Cusser!  I have GBU on DVD, but it's not the 2-disc restoration set, though - :(   I'm going to look for it the next time I go to the video store.   

You certainly refreshed my memory with the scene you mentioned where Tuco was told about the Mission in San Antonio where he could take Blondie to receive medical help.  This scene, I certainly know I haven't seen before.  You also jogged my memory with the scene where AE looks at all the wounded and dead soldiers in the fort.  That one, I know, I have NOT seen - ever!  As I said, it was a real treat to view these scenes in the movie.  It was four hours long, too (I'm assuming it's four hours long because of the commercials throughout the movie - grrrrr - I hate commercials - lol).

Thank you all again for all the great info and help - HUGS to you all.

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / Re: What version of GBU....
« on: April 15, 2008, 05:02:41 PM »
Thank you, Dave, for the info.  I greatly appreciate it.  It baffled me since the other night when I saw it.  The voice-overs for EW and CL were certainly not good - didn't sound like either one of them - not even close.   It was, however, a real treat to see those 'extra scenes' - :D

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / Re: What version of GBU....
« on: April 15, 2008, 05:00:25 PM »
Thank you very much for your warm welcome, Tuco - ;)

I read Dave's post and he does seem quite knowledgeable with DVDs.  It seems he's done his homework in that category - lol.   I'm not the type to believe everything I hear or read about others, so no worries there, my friend - :D   Thanks again for your welcome.  It's great to be back.  I feel terrible, though, that I've been outta touch in this board.  It's been a few years since I've been on here, but I'm going to stick around now - :D

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / What version of GBU....
« on: April 15, 2008, 03:55:50 PM »
   Hi everyone.   I haven't been on the SL board for quite a while, but I'm back and hope to make some new friends here.  I remember some of you from the last time I was here: Cusser and Cigar Joe and a few others.  I've just been preoccupied with other things going on, but I'm going to stick around alot more this time around - lol.  Thank you in advance for all your replies   ;)

is this?    I watched GBU on AMC the other night (unfortunately, I couldn't watch the whole thing, but saw about 3/4 of it) and noticed some scenes in it that I've either rarely seen or haven't seen at all.  One of the scenes is where Tuco goes into an open cavern with his horse and sits beside a pot with potatoes in it.  Soon after, four ropes fall from the hole above.   I believe it's the four men that were seen with Tuco earlier in the movie that were about to shoot him so they could collect the reward money.   Another scene I haven't seen in the movie before is where Tuco and Blondie are riding in the covered wagon and, just before they meet up with General Sibley, Tuco is driving the carriage and Blondie is in the back.  Their voices sound 'different' than in the rest of the movie - like there were voice-overs done in that scene.  I know those voices weren't their actual voices.   The other scene that I don't remember seeing before is where AE and Blondie (after AE and Blondie leave the prison camp) are travelling together, on their way to Sad Hill Cemetary.    They're both camping (?) and six men come out from behind the shrubs and Blondie counts them "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6", then AE says something in response (forget the exact words).   That's the best I can do to describe those scenes - anyone have ANY idea what version of the movie this is?   Could it be a combination of the Italian version and the American edited version (if there is such a version - lol)?   This has me quite puzzled.  I greatly appreciate your help - thank you again in advance for your help and info.   :D

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