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« on: February 15, 2007, 12:41:08 AM »

I noticed that Frank goes down because he become reckless. He is settling things from the distance, he uses other people to finish his dirty work. He underestemated Harmonica, probably because Frank savagely murdered alot of people (probably every family wich farm stood in a way of Morton's railroad) and Harmonica's brother is just another obstacle. 1. My question is this; does, from your opinion Frank belongs to 'older' people? I'll explain. By old people I think characters in Leone movies who are careless  (like collonel Mortimer when he fall in Indio's trap, even Monco said to him that he is caught in his pants down in final duel). In TGTBU Angel Eye fell on Blondie's trap and participates in unfair duell.) Frank is getting old (he let's other people take care of things while he play businessman). All of them are older people and they finished their lives badly. What do you think?

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