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« on: December 03, 2006, 08:37:03 PM »

Hi. Just registered to the boards.  Grin

I wont write a book here, but i'm making a parody movie of Fistful of Dollars, and i'm looking for all the songs used in the movie.

There is one song when Clint has escaped the compound, crawling around town crippled, and the bartender was getting beaten up by the rojos. I recorded it from the movie but I can't really have all the background noises for the video I am making. I looked at two different soundtracks and couldn't find anything for it. Heres the clip download:

www.pimpinjuice.net/hosted/sample_fad.mp3

Any idea if this was ever included in a soundtrack? If not, that's ok. I might get the soundtrack but was wondering if any tracks are legitimately free to download someplace or even some samples of the music.

Anyway, if you don't have answers to that, I was watching Fistful the other day and I always found that at the very end, Clint is dueling all the Rojos and the one guy - Esteban, didn't go out to join them in the fight but rather picked his butt the entire time until AFTER his two brothers and comrades got shot to even aim at Clint, only to get shot by the bartender. What was that character thinking, if any, and what was Sergio thinking about having that part in at all? I haven't seen Yojimbo and I think hearing the equivalent to that would be funny, but seriously, what a lame resolution/plot twist that was, haha.

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« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2006, 07:20:54 PM »

Xanatos - I'll field the first question.  That track IS included on a 27-track version I have (track 20), but mine may be a bootleg (also has alternate versions of the title song, including Peter Tevis singing Woody Guthrie's Pastures of Plenty to Morricone's music, from which FOD theme was derived.  I don't know if the recently-released 17-track CD has this.  The track 20 mp3 file I have is only 1.6 MB, so provide your E-mail address to cussboy@cox.net and I can try to E-mail to you.  List Subject as Fistful of Dollars so I don't think it's spam.

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« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2006, 06:29:12 PM »

Sent you the email, thanks!  Grin

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