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« #45 : April 13, 2004, 04:15:10 AM »

Hello everybody !

Does anyone actually know which scenes Sergio Leone directed himself ?
What about the final shootout and the epilouge for instance ?

yeah, that's a good question. it's quite interesting, that valerii said once that MY NAME IS NOBODY has no leone-like scenes, because it's his movie. rumours say that valerii was only leones assistant. it's obvious that the passion of leone is in this movie. for example the whole opening scene.

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« #46 : April 13, 2004, 04:42:51 AM »

ive never seen my name is nobody but anyone whos in the UK if youve seen the brilliant satirical comedy Nighty Night - Ennio Morricone's main theme of My Name is Nobody is the soundtrack - his influence knows no bounds!!!!


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« #47 : April 13, 2004, 11:57:46 AM »

Check this out:

according to IMDB, Director Sam Peckinpah's name is on one of the graves in the graveyard.


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« #48 : April 13, 2004, 01:19:48 PM »

and so remarks nobody:

'Peckinpah, that's a lovely name in navajo.'

Tho ive never seen it i really want to not least because main morricone theme is the theme tune to the british comedy nighty night

apparently leone wanted to have peckinpah in the grave to show that leone is better than peckinpah cos he put his name there


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« #49 : April 14, 2004, 03:53:04 AM »

and so remarks nobody:

'Peckinpah, that's a lovely name in navajo.'

Tho ive never seen it i really want to not least because main morricone theme is the theme tune to the british comedy nighty night

apparently leone wanted to have peckinpah in the grave to show that leone is better than peckinpah cos he put his name there

sam peckinpah was the director of THE WILD BUNCH (1969). nice to mention him in MY NAME IS NOBODY just before the wild bunch enters the scene.

Have you noticed? In one scene in NOBODY the musical theme of Frank (OUTITW) mixes with the theme of Jack Beauregard...very nice!

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« #50 : April 17, 2004, 05:46:26 AM »

Let's not forget that My Name is Nobody is not really a Leone movie, even if he was in charge of the second unit in some scenes.


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« #51 : April 26, 2004, 03:40:20 PM »

Ive seen the movie again a few days ago and liked it more than ever.

I created a thread over @ rottentomatoes.com concerning Leones amount of influence on the movie.
Well, I got practically no reply ...

Will it ever remain a mystery ?

I think the opening sequence and the final duel easily could have been "influenced" by Sergio,
probably even the ingenious confrontation between Jack and the Wild Bunch.

BTW
Any information on a possible RC2 release (with a German audio track) ?

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« #52 : May 05, 2004, 12:46:44 AM »

According to Christopher Frayling (Sergio Leone - Something To Do With Death ISBN 0-571-16438-2) Leone directed following scenes:

-The Beginning (Barbershop)
-The Battel (Beauregard vs. Wild Bunch)
-The Final Duel
-The Carnival Scene
-The Terence Hill scenes in Spain including the Saloon Scene
-The Urinal Scene

A funny thing is what Ernesto Gastaldi says about Leone:"...it was going to be a very good Western indeed - maybe better than his Westerns! And he couldn't bear it!...he began...telling people he had been the real director!"

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« #53 : May 12, 2004, 04:27:24 AM »

I just remember how incredible funny the urinal scene is...Anyway, I heard he directed the final duel, and the opening sequence in the sequel. I love My Name Is Nobody, and I also find the sequel pretty entertaining. Will have to watch them again soon.


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« #54 : May 29, 2004, 07:55:58 AM »

I just watched My Name is Nobody and thought it was really good.  The score is fantastic and the cinematography is beautiful.  Fonda is very good.  I found the hall of mirrors scene too silly to really enjoy.  I would recommend this film and definately place it in the  top 20 of "Non-Leone" SW, even though leone "presented" the movie.  If he directed any scenes I would bet $100 it was the opening scene.  That has Leone written all over it.  


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« #55 : May 29, 2004, 03:35:00 PM »

I saw tcm is airing it in August. I will probably see it there before a widescreen dvd is released.


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« #56 : May 30, 2004, 06:27:49 AM »

i thought it was perhaps slightly too 'tongue-in-cheek' but yes, i agree the cinematography was great and i thought terence hill is better than people give him credit for. it was a decent half-spaghetti, half-hollywood western. and the score is great and immortalised in the british comedy Nighty Night...tho i think ive done that observation to death. ;)


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« #57 : June 02, 2004, 12:24:46 PM »

I saw tcm is airing it in August. I will probably see it there before a widescreen dvd is released.
That's cool! Thanks for the heads-up. I think we have a copy of it straight off from TV (with commercials), which was taped years ago.

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« #58 : June 06, 2004, 02:33:06 AM »

My name is Nobody is a very funny, and also tender movie.

One of my favourite scenes is Henry Fonda shooting against the Wild Bunch, with the music of Morricone.

I think alos that Terence Hill (and his fellow Bud Spencer) is a real funny guy.


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« #59 : June 12, 2004, 02:17:26 PM »

He men, I supposed you have noticed that the final duel music of my name is nobodies (my fault) parodies the music theme of OUATITW the man with harmonica: not the harmonica score itself, but the oboe accompaniments, as a sort of signature. It's amazing.

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