[quote=“Romaine Fielding, post:1, topic:840”]I think this is kind of funny and I know that lots of people on this site can relate to my experience.
Sometimes when I’m feeling down I pop a particular dvd in the player and watch just the opening credit sequence & listen to the score.
It’s just personal preference but two of my favorites for this are Cemetery Without Crosses and $10,000 Blood Money. Each has a great non-Morricone score and interesting on-camera action.
Watching Benito Sefanelli strung up or Gianni Garko wake up next to a dead man really lifts my spirits. It always makes me smile.
Anybody have a favorite opening sequence in a Spaghetti?[/quote]
I am so glad I’m not the only one who does this. The opening credits and theme tune of some of these films are all I need to give me a lift.
As to which are my favourites though…Oh Boy, there are so many I don’t think I can list them. But here are some favourites.
OUATITW obviously. The greatest opening sequence of any film ever.
But I am also a sucker for some of those kitsch 60s theme tunes so I get a real buzz from watching the opening credits of films like:
I am Sartana, Your Angel of Death
Duello Nel Texas
And then there are any of the Sollima films (great opening themes) and of course Companeros!