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Film Locations / Re: Request: exact leone locations in Monument Valley
« on: October 20, 2014, 10:04:54 AM »
Thanks amigos, much appreciated!

Angel eyes

Film Locations / Request: exact leone locations in Monument Valley
« on: October 19, 2014, 01:38:58 PM »
I would think my question has been answered before, but I have a hard time finding the answer anyway.
Three years ago I was in Monument Valley and I did find the Arch, so that is covered. But now I'm looking for the shots from Jills journey to sweetwater by carriage. As well as the spot of the  "bar in the middle on nowhere" where harmonica and cheyenne first meet. Any (driving) directions, gps coordinates etc are much welcomed. I will be visiting MV in summer next year and while I have my family in tow, I don't have too much time to search...... :)


Angel Eyes

Thanx y'all for putting in the effort........If I find the palce I'll you know and bring some pictures.........

Hi all,

In a few months I'll be off to the states, among other places visiting Monument Valley. Now I've heard there are still remains to be found of the structure used to string up Harmonica's brother, the famous arch. Can anybody provide directions how to get there?

Much obliged!


Sergio Leone News / Re: Great poster offer with new DVDs!
« on: April 26, 2005, 02:00:40 PM »
It can take up to 4 weeks..........

Once upon a time..........they will come............

Sergio Leone News / Re: Great poster offer with new DVDs!
« on: April 25, 2005, 01:35:37 PM »
Good luck finding 4 posters on ebay for less than 1.99 GBP!!!!!!! Although it's a ploy, I find it an OK gesture by MGM to have some marketing working and make available to us 4 posters of respectable size for just 2 pounds. If you think that's too much, then don't buy 'em!
I am looking forward to receiving my posters in the mail!
It is just another opportunity to make the collection grow................

Sergio Leone News / Re: My name is nobody rerelease
« on: April 25, 2005, 01:31:40 PM »
I do have the R2 UK release of last year which is a very very good one. Nice transfer and a few extra's. It also is anamorphic. It comes recommended!

General Discussion / Re: A permanent thread for Spaghetti Top 20
« on: February 08, 2005, 01:44:50 PM »
Looks like it would be a good idea to get this top 10/20 or whatever up and running. I agree a top 30 might be a stretch, but the point is that everybody should vote, so what get an actual top20 list, not a personal favorites list. I do agree that the leone 5 set the standard, for SW, then some come rela close and then some are good fun and the majority is crap. So, webmaster, would you be willing to put up a top20 thread, where everyone can vote (registered) seleceting from a list of about fifty Spags? I know of this Top20 on the sartana site, but that one hasn't been updated for years........

General Discussion / A permanent thread for Spaghetti Top 20
« on: February 06, 2005, 03:23:28 PM »
As I have become a regular visitor of to this site, I wonder more and more if it would be a good idea to have a permanent thread named "All time Spaghetti western Top 30". People could vote, choosing from a list of about 100 titles. I think this would help greatly in pointing new fans to the ones to get and the ones not to get. So, webmaster, and others for that matter, what do y'all think?

In random order, I would at least like to see the following spags in the Top30:

FOD, FOFDM, GBU, OUATITW, Django, A Bullet for the general, the Trinity duo, companeros, cemerary without crosses, the ringo's, stranger in town, the stranger returns, death rides a horse, the big gundown, the big silence, the mercenary, keoma, mannaja, django kill, viva django, day of anger, my name is nobody, requiescant, face to face, sabata, sartana.

I hope more of you share my few and a top XX wil soon be part of this site!

I'm riding off into the sunset...........creating a long shadow.......

General Discussion / Re: Spaghetti soundtrack top 10
« on: January 25, 2005, 03:15:07 PM »
Well Visitor, some interesting albums indeed! I need to dig those up and give them another listening.......I'm actually a bit curious now....................

General Discussion / Re: Spaghetti soundtrack top 10
« on: January 24, 2005, 01:01:18 PM »
Seems like GDM's GBU extended is THE soundtrack to have! And Although the themesong is the most recognised one, I think most fans will pick "SUndown" or "trio" as favorite track.

I do think that vamos a matar companeros, set to a good beat, could easily be a mainstream has got great potential (Like Elvis vs JXL, that worked). I mean, of course I'll take the original any day, but what if someone would "juice up" some great but lesser known spag-tracks like was done for the Morricone remixes....
Anyways, the Great silence theme is a good one too, but the album is quite short. Funny no-one lists Navajo joe's theme, which I think is entertaining too!

General Discussion / Spaghetti soundtrack top 10
« on: January 22, 2005, 12:40:19 PM »
I have been collecting spaghetti soundtracks on CD for quite a while now and although I can imagine this question being asked in the past I would like to know "what are the favorite spag soundtracks of the fans?". I am especially interested in your favorite non-morricone soundtracks, as the most of these are trival top 10 contenders.

To give this topic a start I'll kick it off with my list:

Top 10 tracks:

The sundown (GBU)
The trio (GBU)
Run man run (Big gundown)
Run man run (Run man Run)
Sabata (Sabata)
Vamos a matar companeros (companeros)
Django (Django, English vocal)
The wild bunch (my name is nobody)
Snake (Mannaja)
They call me Trinity (Titoli, They call me Trinity)

Top 10 albums:

Good bad ugly (extended)
La resa dei conti (extended)
Sabata (limited edition)
Django (limited edition)
My delicious spaghetti western
More delicious spaghetti western
The mercenary (definitive)
They call me Trinity

Well, let's see what y'all com up with............

Sergio Leone News / Re: new spaghetti book
« on: January 05, 2005, 01:04:17 PM »
In particular, the following spags are covered (or more or less used as a starting point): fistful, pistol for ringo, return of ringo, few dollars more, django, hills run red, navajo joe, bullet for the general, GBU, django kill, hellbenders, big gundown, death rides, face 2 face, day of anger, big/great silence, professional gun, sabata, they call me trinity, nobody.

These titles are discussed the most elaborately. The book works like this. For instance, the big gundown is a Sollima film. In the big gundown chapter, other sollima pictures are discussed as well. Or pictures that inspired gundown. Also the actors may well serve as links to other films/spags. So, all in all, more spaghetti''s than suggested by the chapter titles are discussed.

I think it''s a very nice informative book for a very decent price. Again, recommended!

Sergio Leone News / Re: new spaghetti book
« on: January 04, 2005, 01:42:23 PM »
I got the book today and I think it''s great. It reads very nice and is comes with pictures. I would recommended if you like to know more about how some of the best spags were created (and where!).

Sergio Leone News / Where can I found this Leone Museum?
« on: January 01, 2005, 04:07:24 PM »
Hi! In the docu Once upon a tim Sergio Leone I saw something like a museum with wardrobe displays of the costumes worn by Eastwood, Van Cleef, Terence Hill, Eli Wallach and others in the Leone-movies. Does anybody know where I can found this "museum"? I would love to go there!!!!!!!!!!!


The shadow

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