Casting your own western

I saw on Shobary site a interesting ideia.
If had the chance to join actor (one anti-hero, a villian, a female) with one director, and a compositor:

Mine would be:

Anti-hero: Mike Marshall
Villian: Max Phipps
Female: Miou Miou

Director: Mario Caiano

Compositor: Bacalov

And yours ?

Heroes: Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach
Villain: Lee van Cleef

Composer: Ennio Morricone

Director: Demofilo Fidani LOL :smiley:

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[quote=“Bill san Antonio, post:2, topic:586”]Heroes: Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach
Villain: Lee van Cleef

Composer: Ennio Morricone

Director: Demofilo Fidani LOL :D[/quote]
That would be fascinating! We could see if he would be able to make a terrible movie with such a cast and composer :stuck_out_tongue:

I don’t see the point, but what the hell:

Anti Hero: Chip Corman
Female: Simonetta Vitelli
Villain: Horst Frank
Composer: Lallo Gori
Director: Enzo G. Castellari

Hero: Lee Van Cleef ;D
Villain: Gian Maria Volonte
Female: Nicoletta Machiavelli

Composer: Ennio Morricone
Director: Clint Eastwood (why not!!!)

Heroes: Lee Van Cleef, Tomas Milian
Villain: Luciano Rossi
Female: Nicoletta Machiavelli
Composer: Ennio Morricone
Director: Tonino Valerii

Anti Hero: Woody Strode
Female (and also a badass anti-hero): Iris Berben
Villain: Franco Nero
Director: Sergio Corbucci
Composer: I’ll go with Ennio…

Franco Nero as a villain? ;D Sounds interesting!


Mexican Bandit (this time a good guy): Gian Maria Volonté
Gringo Killer: Lee Van Cleef
Villain (mexican officer): Emilio Fernández
Woman (GMV’s mistress, a traitor): Vonetta McGee

Of course it would be a Zapata Western. GMV is a Revolutionar, LVC is paid by Emilio to kill him, but he doesn’t. He sympathizes with the Revolution. End: massacre. ;D (LVC with a machine gun…)

Director: Sergio Corbucci

Composer: Morricone

other idea:

Volonté and Milian together. (Why not?)

Volonté: a bandit (what else), who became amnesty and now he’s free. He is hunted by his rivals…
Milian: Mexican peasant… (what else ;D)
They meet… became friends… rob banks… the usual SW situation.

Main villain: Jack Palance as an evil, psychopath Sheriff who wants the two friends dead… (I think it would be a nice performance…)

At the end: only Tomas would stay alive. (But before it, a great battle and duel.)

I think we would need Leone for this. And Tonino Delli Colli of course… and Morricone.

Stranger: Vincent Cassel
Vilian: Ron Jeremy (As a mexican bandit)
Bounty killer: Mickey Rourke

Dir: Robie Zombie


Main Hero: Lee Van Cleef
Supporting Heroes: Gian Marie Volonte, Woody Strode

Main Villain: Clint Eastwood
Supporting Villains: Charles Bronson, Gianni Garko, Klaus Kinski

Director: Sergio Sollima

Composer: Bruno Nicolai


Main Hero: Rick Yune
Supporting Heroes: Sam Elliott, Lee Horsley, Mr. T

Main Villain: Hugh Jackman
Supporting Villain: Vin Diesel, Antonio Banderas, Ralph Fiennes

Director: Quentin Tarantino or John Carpenter

Composer: Ennio Morricone, If not available, than Howard Shaw

Mr .T in a western? im there! 8)

Lee Van Cleef, Anthony Steffen and Eduardo Fajardo would star and would be directed by Sergio Corbucci.

Would have to be a revenge story, with music by Morricone of course.

Actors: Gianni Garko, George Hilton and Tony Anthony
Director: Ferdinando Baldi, Giuseppe Vari
Composer:Franci Bixio, Fabio Frizzi, and Vince Tempera
Stunt Coordinator: Enzo Castellari
Scriptwritter: Ferdnando Baldi/Tony Anthony, Dario Argento

[quote=“Raph_Alv, post:9, topic:586”]Stranger: Vincent Cassel
Vilian: Ron Jeremy (As a mexican bandit)
Bounty killer: Mickey Rourke

Dir: Robie Zombie[/quote]RON JEREMY!!!

pure fantasy but here goes
anti hero: kirk douglas ( as he was in the 1950’s) tragic hero: stacy keach ( as he was in the 70’s & 80’s)
villian: james woods ( one of the best villians ever on screen) chief sidekick to villian:klaus kinski
female: selma hayek ( ogle! ogle!)
composer: ennio morricone
director: sergio corbucci

Glad I could help revive a post as genius as this one. Let’s keep it going amigos! :slight_smile:

Another movie I would try to make would be like this.

Actors: Jack Palance, George Hilton, Robert Hossein, Warren Oates.
Director: Giuliano Carnimeo
Script writer: Dario Argento, FerdinandoBaldi
Music: Andre Hossein
Stunts: Yakima Canutt
Locations: Monuement Valley

Considering these guys are still alive, live at the same time, and are in the best of health:

Heroes: Omar Sharif, Peter O’Toole, (when they were young!!) Thomas Kretschmann, Oleg Menshikov, Aleksandr Kaidanovsky, Ulriche Muhe, Jean-Louis Trintignant, FRANCO NERO!!!, Alec Guinness, Jose Ferrer

Villains: Lee van Cleef, Sergi Lopez

Girls: Me of course :wink:

Director: Me of course ;), or Tarkovsky, Leone, Michel Carne, Guillermo del Toro, Kielskowski,

Composer: Ennio, Marcello Giomboni

Cinematographer: Tonino delli Colli or Freddie Young

Heroes: Franco Nero, Clint Eastwood and Klaus Kinski

Villains: Jack Palance, Tomas Milian and John Steiner

Girls: Miou Miou, Claudia Cardinale

Director: Sam Peckinpah

Composer: Guido & Maurizio De Angelis

Director: Ennio Mrricone
Writter: Dario Argento, Fernando Lamas, Nick Cave, Ennio Morricone
Stunts: Yakima Cannutt
Starring: Warren Oates, Maurizio Merli, Robert Hossein, Woody Strode, Lee Van Cleef, James Garner, James Coburn
Music: Andre Hossein, De Angelis Brothers, Ennio Morricone

Musicians tell stories and Nick Cave showed that someone with absolutley no scriptwritting experience can create a great western. Ennio Morricone’s music is great and fits with the movie’s its in and I think he could make a movie the same way he makes music. I wouldn’t think there would be a lot of dialogue and probably very similar to Leone but I wiuld definetly enjoy seeing Morricone direct a western.