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Old 25th May 2021, 11:59 AM
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And Tuco in Good the bad and the ugly was always in the bath....
It's just Bringer of Funerals and his low hygiene levels.
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Old 25th May 2021, 12:31 PM
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Old 25th May 2021, 01:52 PM
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Clint takes s bath in High Plains Drifter... could there be a thread dedicated to hygienic cow person's???
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Old 29th May 2021, 04:33 PM
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Default Vengeance Trails: Four Classic Westerns Limited Edition

This looks a fairly interesting Arrow release....

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This looks a fairly interesting Arrow release....

It's a real shame I already have three of these. Wild East released good versions of Cain and Massacre time, I have the German release of Bandidos so that just leaves Pecos that I haven't seen.
Maybe I will pick it up in a sale like the Sartana boxset.
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Day one for me!

I've had spaghetti westerns sitting on my shelves for many years,and recently I've began to watch them.

I started off with a Van Cleef double of DAY OF ANGER and THE GRAND DUEL.

Both were fantastic and then it was great to see the young guy back in A PISTOL FOR RINGO!

DJANGO PREPARE A COFFIN was next and I felt though not quite as good as Nero in the original,Terence Hill did a good job.

Nero was next again in Texas Adios,a nice tale of revenge!

I'm really getting a taste for these!
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Old 4th June 2021, 06:16 PM
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Django...
After the Dollars trilogy, this has to be my of favourite Italian westerns,(lets be honest there are bloody hundreds of great Spaghetti westerns so that's a big ask )....In fact it almost out Spaghetti Leone's westerns, but falls at the last hurdle due to some rather dodgy stereotypical characters (but hey they were every where at the time, "We don't need no stinkin' badges!")....The driving force of the film is undoubtedly Franco Nero portrayal of Django, slightly more charismatic than Eastwoods character and not averse to a bit of romance either, in between machine gunning half the population, with his coffin encased Gatling gun...There is little back story to his character apart from the fact he is dressed in Union cavalry uniform and likes dragging his coffin through one of the muddiest westerns you have ever seen (the only others I can think of is Paint Your Wagon and I think McCabe and Mrs Miller,Im sure there are loads more )...And this is the other reason it stands out as precious little time is spent in the blazing desert but a rather muddy run down town, full of muddy run down towns folks and prostitutes.... Its violent, and at times unintentionally humorous, but also pretty grim in its violence and at times has some rather despicable characters in the shape of Major Jackson, and his gang of white supremacist...Sergio Corbucci has made so many great westerns, only the The Great Silence comes close to equalling Django in its intensity and bouts of doom laden violence....(and that theme song,sung by Rocky Roberts is pure cheesey gold...)
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The Beast. 1970.

Our favourite bad tempered actor Klaus Kinski stars in this Spaghetti Western as johnny, who seems to attempt and fail to rape every single woman he comes across, while a woman seeks her inheritance and a gang of bandits who want the money.

This wasn't too bad of a movie as there is always the villain and the heroic good guy, everytime Kinski is on screen and a woman enters it is like "here we go again". Mario Costa who directed this obviously knew how to make a decent enjoyable western with a great set of cast members and a great background score by Stelvio Cipriani and nice cinematography by Luciano Trasatti, this is worth checking out.

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