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Ennio Morricone / MORRICONE NEWS.....
« on: July 27, 2004, 06:53:09 AM »
Just came across this..... :o : 8) ;) ;D

 Wednesday, October 20, 2004 - 8.00 P.M.
Munich, Philharmonie im Gasteig

BR Extra
First Concert

Ennio Morricone Conducts Ennio Morricone

 
 Selections from scores to "Il Buono, il brutto e il cattivo" ("The Good, the Bad and the Ugly") (1966), "Queimada" (1969), "C’era una volta il West" ("Once Upon a Time in the West" (1969), "Giu la testa" ("A Fistful of Dynamite") (1971); "C’era una volta in America" ("Once Upon a Time in America" (1984), "The Mission" (1986, "Cinema Paradiso" (1989), "According to Pereira" (1995), "Richard III" (19967), "La leggenda del pianista sull’oceano" ("The Legend of the Pianist on the Ocean)" (1998), and lots more.

A Cooperation with "Tonicale"


A genuine première and, over and above that, starring the biggest motion picture composer of the present day: Ennio Morricone will be on the podium conducting his own works for the first time in Germany: the program contains a representative sample of his rich creative output.
 
 
 Susanna Rigacci, Soprano
Gilda Buttà, Piano
 
Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Münchner Rundfunkorchester
 
Conductor: Ennio Morricone
 
 
 
Advance sale has already begun.
You can order tickets for this concert at: www.muenchenticket.de (This will take you out of the BR-ONLINE website.)

Quess I know where I'll be in October!!!!!
 

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A Fistful of Dollars / DOLLARS TITLE?
« on: July 26, 2004, 02:24:11 PM »
The first time I saw A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS was back in 1968. The poster advertising the movie read "FOR A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS". I've never seen that poster since or indeed read of the movie under that title. Anybody ever come across it? Or hear of it?  I know the first line of the vocals added to the 1960's single record goes "FOR A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS HE WILL KILL ANY MAN.....". Anybody remember the song? Is there a tie-in with the poster?

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Off-Topic Discussion / WHERE IS LOMBARDS?
« on: July 24, 2004, 03:24:36 PM »
LOMBARDS, you have left me hanging.....you were saying you appeared in 20+ spaghetti westerns :). Am dying to find out more! PHONE HOME!!!!! :) :) :)

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Ennio Morricone / ENNIO MORRICONE
« on: July 24, 2004, 12:15:46 PM »
Word on the grapevine has it that, ENNIO MORRICONE, is going to do another live concert in LONDON, early in 2005! Having caught his two previous concerts in London, I can only nod to his fans to beg, borrow or steal in order to catch the next one. MORRICONE on ALBUM, CD,DVD is one thing, but, until you hear him LIVE, those important, wonderful tunes sound  eternally MONO! MORRICONE LIVES...CATCH HIM LIVING! :) :) :)

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A Fistful of Dollars / RAMON'S MOST EVIL MOMENT.....
« on: July 24, 2004, 11:40:19 AM »
I've seen it a thousand times (more or less) but, even after all RAMON'S killing and MAYHEM, I still think his most evil moment and action, is when he takes a puff on his cigarello, upturns it, then places the lit end into the mouth of the poor old strung up by the arms bar-keep! Thats what you get for sharing a room with THE MAN WITH NO NAME!!!!! ;)

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Trivia Games / DIALOUGE-LESS OPENING!
« on: July 24, 2004, 11:05:54 AM »
ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST Is famous for its almost dialouge-less opening. What American movie of the late 1950's (a western) is equally famous for a nearly five minute opening, in which several of the main characters are brilliantly established without any  talking? Pint of Guinness for the first correct answer. ;)

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Off-Topic Discussion / EASTWOOD EPISODE TITLE?
« on: July 24, 2004, 08:06:35 AM »
Some time back, mid 70's or slightly earlier, I sat down to watch an American TV show. It could have been one of many, MANNIX, HAWAII FIVE O, CANNON, STREETS OF S.F., BARANABY JONES etc. that were around at the time. The thing I remember most is that one episode of one of these shows was called "YOU CAN'T KILL ME, I'M CLINT EASTWOOD" or it could have been "YOU CAN'T SHOOT ME, I'M CLINT EASTWOOD".  Anybody any idea what show used that title as an episode? Anybody ever see it? Anybody help me as it's bin' driving me mad for many a year? ::)

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General Discussion / WOODY STRODE
« on: July 22, 2004, 09:41:59 AM »
Famous as one of the men in dustcoats at start of OUATITW and many other screen appearances, I came across a copy of his auto biography called GOLD DUST. Incredible story and just ripe for a Hollywood adaptation.

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General Discussion / Meeting Leone.
« on: July 14, 2004, 06:15:29 PM »
Hi folks! Am delighted to have been accepted as member of LEONE site. I find myself in a happy situation, mainly because I can share some personal info in regards to the MAN himself. Many years back, I was lucky enough to meet SERGIO and JAMES COBURN. I was a young teenager, in DUBLIN, when  my uncle (a taxi-driver) got the job of driving SERGIO and JAMES from hotel to film site(s), mainly TONERS BAR in Baggot Street (famous shoot-out in slo-mo) and the driving sequence in the Wicklow mountains, during a filmed segment for A FISTFUL OF DYNAMITE! I was invited by my aunty (wife of driver) to a Sunday dinner where I was gobsmacked to see first JAMES COBURN, who I instantly reconised as the knife thrower from THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN, and then a very rotund non-Engilsh speaking Italian, I hadn't a clue to his importance, of course, as I learned during the dinner, was the man responible for my favorite movies THE DOLLARS TRILOGY! Mr. Coburn spoke at lenght about martial arts, in particular about a teacher of his back in the USA. This teacher was, and at the time I had no clue to his status, but a couple of years later was to find this man to be Mr. Bruce Lee! The upshot of all this is, I stood outside of TONERS BAR as they shot the sequence. After which, I had two more meetings with LEONE AND COBURN. My aunty, took several rolls of film, all lost during the passing years to my great regret. If any of you find yourselves in DUBLIN, TONERS of BAGGOT STREET is still standing and more importantly, one of the barmen used in the shoot is still standing! He will regale you with many stories as you sip on copious pints of the black stuff! I feel very lucky to have met, not just JAMES COBURN :), but an incredilbe group of stage hands, stunt men, story tellers and, in the end, SERGIO LEONE!

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