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Does anyone here have this DVD box set released by CVC in 2002?

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / Lost scene depicted in German lobby card...
« on: September 05, 2010, 12:28:43 PM »
OK, it's obvious (given my post count) that I'm a newb and asking questions that have probably been answered before but I've done a search and can't find any info.

Here's an "easy" one for you guys...what the heck is going on in this still?

I know it's after leaving the prison camp and before AE's gang joins them (minus 1) near the river bank. I always found this still a little disturbing since AE's body language and facial expression are so uncharacteristic.

What does he have in his hands and clutched under his arm pit? What's up with the constipated look?

I recall a thread where Jordan Krug mentioned a bread/knife scene depicted in a lobby card? It's not this scene, is it? I don't see a knife and that doesn't look like bread to me.

I was wondering if there have been any documented interviews (articles or video clips) where Clint or Eli (well, I guess this can be extended to anyone involved in the shooting of the film) have discussed the lost Socorro and cannon duel scenes?

While attempting to find more info on the lost footage, I've come across stills here and the 'net where Tuco is on the platform, and obviously I've seen the French trailer and Socorro Sequence extra on the SE DVD/BD.

I just recently noticed that this still also appears to be from the Socorro sequence: CLICK

Are there any other stills, clips, etc. that shed more light on these lost scenes? Do any of the books about SL provide further info?

Once Upon A Time In The West / Italian DVD: CVC (2003) vs. Mondo S.E.
« on: August 15, 2010, 12:27:14 PM »
I'm new to this forum and have been browsing the info for the past few weeks. This is a fantastic site for someone like me who wants to learn as much as possible about these films. You guys sure know your stuff!

Anyways, I'd like to purchase the "uncut" Italian version of C'era Una Volta Il West but I'm not clear on the differences between the CVC "uncut" DVD (runtime 170 min) and the more recent Mondo "Special Edition" DVD.



Are these movies both uncut? Is the Mondo DVD a restored version of the CVC print?

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