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Cinematography Sep 16
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Frank McRavall 6h
I was speaking with about great classics and it happened to mention Duck you, Sucker, one of the most underranted movies. It's in reality one of his best with 2 majestic James Coburn and Rod Steiger, a story of a great friendship with mexican revolution...
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Michael Warburton Sep 12
ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST (1968)
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hmv Stirling Sep 17
On the screens today, the second greatest film ever made 's
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Michael Warburton Sep 14
Not a word of dialogue. In many ways Leone鈥檚 Movies were colour Silent Movies. FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE (1965)
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HoratioAtTheBridge Sep 14
I'm working on an adventure inspired by "Yojimbo" and "A Fistful of Dollars," and TheAlexandrian's Dragon Heist Remix is a gold mine.
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Kane Star Citizen Sep 16
Today I have visited the Sad Hill Cementery. The place where was recorded the bad, the good and the ugly movie. It is located in (Spain) and believe me.. it is amazing!!
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Jordan Rockwell Sep 14
Once Upon A Time In The West (1968, Sergio Leone) Henry Fonda as a sociopathic killer, Charles Bronson with that harmonica, and Claudia Cardinale giving birth to the west. "Now that you've said my name.."
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Darren Linder Sep 14
Watched this classic again tonight. Certainly the lesser of the trilogy, but badass nonetheless.
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Jordan Rockwell Sep 18
Replying to @jercinema
BTW, I watched this one on via . A great experience. Their virtual theater reminds me of the one at Sony.
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馃摻 Kristonkino // Donosskino 馃幀 Sep 13
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Dartagnan Sep 11
Last night鈥檚 film. 馃弮 through that Leone filmography. . . . #120
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Nathan Francis Sep 11
in 1964, 's classic Spaghetti Western A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS premiered.
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Brambledown Designs Sep 12
Today in 1964 the film that started the Spaghetti Western genre "A Fistful of Dollars" premiered. Click here ==> . .
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Michael J Savage Sep 15
Yes they homaged the heck out of movies but it's still good.
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John Wingfield-Hill Sep 12
It's the middle weekend of our quarantine and we've begun our / watching project, beginning with the Dollars Trilogy. (And it's an excuse to re-share a brilliant video from the Danish National Symphony Orchestra.)
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Craig Semon Sep 12
If made the Movie, it would be called a) A of ; b) The , The and The ; or c) For a Few More.
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Jordan Rockwell Sep 12
For A Few Dollars More (1965, Sergio Leone) Eastwood. Van Cleef. And a villain, twist, evil and...haunted. This was my favorite of the 3 when I first saw them 15 years ago. Van Cleef's grave at Forest Lawn reads, "Best of the Bad."
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Jordan Rockwell Sep 13
The Good, The Bad & the Ugly (1966, Sergio Leone) I am surprised that after rewatching, this one moved up to the number 1 spot in the series. Leone was a genius at building tension, and this is one of his best.
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Jordan Rockwell Sep 11
A Fistful of Dollars (1964, Sergio Leone) A complete rip-off of, "Yojimbo," (Kurosawa sued, and won), nonetheless it's a good time. Love some tight-close-ups in cinemascope to build tension, plus Mr. Morricone.
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