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Duck, You Sucker / Re: firing squad scene ... just a thought
« on: June 28, 2008, 06:50:32 PM »
cheers Ramon. awesome site. many thx  O0

 that Diana rigg photo ? va-va voom.  my personal fav is Jill banner. there's a cult film by jack hill's called "spider baby" ( excellent cannibalism and incest ). at this point she's just seventeen :o !  she seduces her uncle thinking shes a spider.  jill banner is also in "the president's annalist" w/ James Colbern.  Marlon Brando caught a look of her and she was his !  she died in a car wreck on the Ventura freeway.  Brando couldn't be torn from her grave crying she was the only woman i ever loved !  :'( 

good photo of her on ~~ Brian's drive-in theater /  bone orchard.  also IMDB has a nice little bio.

BTW cj, thx for starting this thread. I've seen that Robert Culp " outer limits" episode many times.


A Fistful of Dollars / Re: Starting credits music.
« on: June 28, 2008, 02:10:46 PM »
right, we can fight.

The Colossus of Rhodes / the sword and the dragon
« on: June 28, 2008, 01:58:05 PM »
BTW, it's a Russian S&S flick also named is "ILIA MUROMENTS"." TSATD is so far out.  :D mountain of men formed so the evil tugar can get a look at his enemy. 3 headed dragon, some guy riding around w/ many arrows in his body. a wind demon that defys description. circa ' 56, I'm betting NO damn body's seen this masterpiece of S&S mixed w/ X-tremely weird stuff  based on some old Russian icon ilia muroments.

there's a lot of fantacy in leone's S&S film COR. i know i'm a little off topic ( other films / appologys ) :-[


remember tuco and blondie have just met. i don't think blondie tells tuco this is a hoax as the wild and crazy tuco might blow it out of catankerousness. so tuco thinks he's going to the gallows for real ( just my opinion )   when blondie is doleing out tuco's share after the 1st hanging tuco whines for mo money.  :D  after the 2nd botched attempt tuco really bears down on blondie  for more money....70 miles out isn't a good time to argue the matter over w/ his ex-pard.

neverthelessdave he might have told tuco but i really doubt it. i wouldn;t tell him so he wouldn't shoot off his big tuco mouth. w/ this blondie gets a much more earnest performance from a man who thinks he's really gonna hang.  :'(

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / the first time blondie turns tuco in
« on: June 05, 2008, 07:39:03 PM »
Blondie doesn't tell tuco about his plans of shooting the rope from tuco's neck just as the devil is about to bite him in the ass. the first hanging seams to supprise tuco more than anybody.

during the 2nd hanging angel eyes witnesses Blondie,  unaware of AE's scoping out their  game of collecting bounty reward money.   tuco does almost hang when Blondie's aim is slightly off. 

there are several moments when Leone gives me the feeling all three of these men will eventually meetbut the currant interactions block out any speculations of how this will  occur.
which plot do you like  most GB&U, or FAFDM ? omitting FOD, since it was taken from "yojimbo".  :(  there are lots of twists annd turns to FAFDM  >:D

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / Re: Lee Van Cleef interview
« on: June 05, 2008, 05:47:31 AM »
I'd like to check out "Posse From Hell" now to see what Van Cleef was talking about.
my first take was that line van cleaf says. your not gonna leave me here ? you're christians arencha ? when, in fact, LVC's character was a totally unremorsefull sadistic killer.

i could see LVC being turned off by this low a character he portrays in PFH. at least angel eyes had a code : " i always see the job through ". then again he may have been going through personal & physical problems. w/ the send chance to show us who's top bad guy.

yea, c.j. i've never seen PFH and want to badly and for the same reasons you've alreasy posted O0

For a Few Dollars More / Re: Indio: Madman or drug addict?
« on: June 05, 2008, 03:43:32 AM »
people with a lot of time on their hands.

General Discussion / Re: Happy Birthday to Clint Eastwood!
« on: May 31, 2008, 11:26:23 AM »
happy birthday clint  O0

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / Re: Lee Van Cleef interview
« on: May 26, 2008, 09:10:58 AM »
this was an incredible man. the heaviest of the heavies but he didn't let his job interfere w/ his private family life.  " your three children were growing up, how did they handle it ? " LVC : " they handled it beautifully. beau - tifully ! no problem ".

it was Sergio Leone who came over and said i want you to do a thing. so i did.

so, it was Clint who came up w/ the name angel eyes on the set

And yet, that conversation with Tuco will prove the turning point in his life. Later, reflecting that Tuco has made the better choice of occupation, Fra Ramirez will hang up his robes and quietly depart the mission, assume a new identity, and eventually join a gang run by a complete madman.
how sweet it is to see tuco's santamous brother put finaly put in his place. his little disagreement snit cost him dearly. never cross swords w/ a man who wears his gun in his pants pocket, lol this has got to be ( for it's short length ) one of the greatest scences ever.

Off-Topic Discussion / Re: director ROBERT TOWN the script doctor
« on: May 23, 2008, 11:18:09 PM »
Thanks for the link, cigar joe.  O0

There's quite a few examples in OUATIA where De Niro and especially James Woods alter the script for added impact.

very stimulating post A-1.  8)  thx for passing on your thoughts concerning the impact of scripts and books that are really essentual in creating classic films.  ^-^

Off-Topic Discussion / Re: director ROBERT TOWNE the script doctor
« on: May 23, 2008, 08:37:38 PM »
thanks for link help joe   O0  !  donold sutherland stalked towne around town in order to get an audience to let townes know how badly he wanted to play one of his  characters.  in the end towns said no to don.  that's discussed here  {Charlie Rose - PELLEY/TORRICELLI/SUTHERLAND/... 36 mins. into this 57 minute conversation between charlie rose and donald sutherland.} again , appologies for no link......sutherland is just so interresting to listen to.

nickolson turned down the part in "the sting" robert shaw played in order to work w/ robert towne on " the last detail ".  8)

quite possible blondie caught the whole fuss. maybe blondie knew tuco's brother was the head pedre and wanted to get a close look at tuco pasifico's  long lost brother out of pure curisoty.

this shot of blondie checking up on his pardner clearly shows us he's going to not only live, after that suntan, but is back back in full charge, checking up on everything. business as usual for TMWNN.

a hell of a lot reads into this all too brief but confrontational scene.  hearing tuco drop his guard and talk playfully towards his older ( ? ) brother " pablito".  tuco is pleased & generaly humble at first, clearly enjoying himself until !  also, blondie knows his pardner and wants to make sure tuco dosn't give up ANY information to his brother about where the gold might be hidden.

just ameture observations  ??? we get to meet tuco's brother who happens to live an intirely different life.

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