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« #15 : July 26, 2007, 02:16:20 PM »

No, nothing beats Harmonica's "Yeah"  8)


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« #16 : July 26, 2007, 02:21:23 PM »

No, nothing beats Harmonica's "Yeah"  8)

You got a point here MS! "End of the line."  "Yeeahh." Classic delivery!




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« #17 : July 26, 2007, 06:01:10 PM »

"In side the dusters were three men, inside the men were bullets"

"When you hear a strange sound...duck"

"You've brought two too many"

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« #18 : July 26, 2007, 07:32:17 PM »

"In side the dusters were three men, inside the men were bullets"

"When you hear a strange sound...duck"

"You've brought two too many"

Wow, Bronson is so badass as Harmonica. Leone really got the best out of him.




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« #19 : July 27, 2007, 12:06:47 AM »

Yes, main difference between thiese four guys is the fact that Harmonica has a deep past (actually everyone does, but only his we actually see in the movie), and MWNN is without past. As a result  Harmonica is a much more complex as a character, and perhaps we care more about him, because we know more about him and his tragic past.
To be honest: personal vendetta will always be more powerfull motif then gold chasing.
I must say Harmonica. He is the most powerfull character in the movies (at least for me).  ;)

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« #20 : July 27, 2007, 12:40:36 AM »

No, nothing beats Harmonica's "Yeah"  8)

"In side the dusters were three men, inside the men were bullets"

"When you hear a strange sound...duck"

"You've brought two too many"

Wow, Bronson is so badass as Harmonica. Leone really got the best out of him.

I agree with you all.  O0

Just want to add, that you don`t forget the dialog among Harmonica and Cheyenne:

Cheyenne: ... that`s thousands of dollars, hundreds of thousands of dollars, thousands of thousands...

Harmonica: that`s called millions...

Cheyenne: millions..., millions of dollars..., mmm...

I think that I got it right.  :)

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« #21 : July 27, 2007, 08:53:26 AM »

haha that was a great line bill carson.

"thousands of thousands"

"they call them millions" hehe

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« #22 : July 27, 2007, 09:31:40 AM »

haha that was a great line bill carson.

"thousands of thousands"

"they call them millions" hehe

hahahaaha. This film doesn't have a lot of diologue but the diologue it has is amazing.




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« #23 : July 28, 2007, 10:11:15 AM »

haha that was a great line bill carson.

"thousands of thousands"

"they call them millions" hehe

Thank you.  8)

hahahaaha. This film doesn't have a lot of diologue but the diologue it has is amazing.

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« #24 : July 28, 2007, 03:45:20 PM »

They write it "Cheyenne". :P


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« #25 : July 29, 2007, 10:58:36 PM »

They write it "Cheyenne". :P

Thank you for correcting me. My english is far from perfect, so don`t mind if I sometimes make a mistake like I did here.  :-\
I knew that I wasn`t wright it correctly, but I didn`t know better.

O.K. "Cheyenne" it is!  O0 (there was no need for "puting your tongue out" -  :P )

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« #26 : July 30, 2007, 11:42:50 AM »

Glad to meet you Carson, I'm Lincolns Grandfather.

Seems like peolple have got this ALL WRONG.

Eastwood is the better anti hero. We learn about Bronsons reasons for his "Heroism" and heap on the sympathy.
With Clint however, we know nothing. well I suppose "There was no one there to help" once, but Clint was just making that up to make Julio and Marisol feel better !

If it came down the draw, Eastwood again. Bronson took a bullet against a measily 3 sun stroked show offs. Clint comes into town after riding a Mule for hours and hey quad pine boxes needed.

Line delivery, yep Clint again. theres too many examples to list. Look at his opener in GBU.

"Yeah, but you don't look like the one who'll collect it" Which pretty much indicates a running theme of money swapping owners and such.

Bet ya can't tell I'm a Clint fan.

 


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« #27 : July 30, 2007, 03:39:15 PM »

Glad to meet you Carson, I'm Lincolns Grandfather.

Seems like peolple have got this ALL WRONG.

Eastwood is the better anti hero. We learn about Bronsons reasons for his "Heroism" and heap on the sympathy.
With Clint however, we know nothing. well I suppose "There was no one there to help" once, but Clint was just making that up to make Julio and Marisol feel better !

If it came down the draw, Eastwood again. Bronson took a bullet against a measily 3 sun stroked show offs. Clint comes into town after riding a Mule for hours and hey quad pine boxes needed.

Line delivery, yep Clint again. theres too many examples to list. Look at his opener in GBU.

"Yeah, but you don't look like the one who'll collect it" Which pretty much indicates a running theme of money swapping owners and such.

Bet ya can't tell I'm a Clint fan.

 

I'm just as big a Clint fan as you LG and I believe you're wrong.  O0




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« #28 : July 31, 2007, 01:15:57 AM »

Glad to meet you Carson, I'm Lincolns Grandfather.

I`m glad to meat you too Lincolns...  O0   Nice username...  :)


Bet ya can't tell I'm a Clint fan.

You are...!? I would never think that in million years...  ;D ha-ha-ha  O0

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« #29 : September 12, 2007, 09:40:40 AM »

It's a hard one to call...

Clint's a great action hero, with a sort of Bond feel in his quips and style, wheras Harmonica's a more deep character.

Personally, I'll have to go for Monco.


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