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Also I see influences from  The Bridge on the River blowing up the bridge and  prisoners of war from both films whistling in their marches.....

Anymore for anymore??

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / Re: First Viewing of GBU
« on: February 09, 2012, 04:01:17 PM »
For me it was always on the late night TV circuit, I think it was the TV channels trying to fill up their late night tv schedules...Saw it first back in the mid 80's as a kid and thought that was cool...Then when saw again on tv got a few things more out of the storyline that I missed before.  About time in 90's   I was then getting the video and the dvd releases with deleted scenes I was truly blown away with the masterpiece and completly obessed with the film.  Plus I wanted to learn more, especially about the civil war back then.

"dyin anit much of a livin boy"

Saw this discussed on the youtube clip from the dying solider scene.  It says that the quote by blondie was cut out because it was deemed anti-war.  I know that Clint used it on pale rider movie.  Can anyone shed any light on this?

For a Few Dollars More / Kurt Zips
« on: February 09, 2012, 03:26:13 PM »
I always wondered if Serio initially wanted Benny Hill to play the part of that nerdy hotel manager because they look quite alike.  Apparently Benny Hill was too busy doing Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines.

I noticed similarites between this scene and bill carsons passing on the secret to tuco and blondie.

RIP Archie

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