Favourite "awkward friendship" in a spaghetti western


(Ivn1945) #1

Corbett & Cuchillo in The Big Gundown :wink:


(I...I...Idiot) #2

Me & Stanton in Bullitt Rides A Horse :wink:
Welcome to the forum MG!


(Ivn1945) #3

Thanks! I’m liking this place already :smiley:


(I...I...Idiot) #4

catching up on the old posts I see, enjoy!


(scherpschutter) #5

[quote=“I…I…Idiot, post:2, topic:1835”]Me & Stanton in Bullitt Rides A Horse :wink:
Welcome to the forum MG![/quote]

You misspelled the title, it’s Bullitt rides too fast


(scherpschutter) #6

By the way, the most awkward friendship was Sartana and Django on this forum


(Bill san Antonio) #7

[quote=“scherpschutter, post:6, topic:1835”]By the way, the most awkward friendship was Sartana and Django on this forum[/quote] :smiley:


(I...I...Idiot) #8

Isn’t there a ballad for that one?


(LankyFellow) #9

Nero and Milian in Companeros,of course

And Ireland and Damon in Copperface i enjoyed

Welcome,Gringo :slight_smile:


(poggy) #10

Seconded! But do we want to forget about Blondie and Tuco? ;D


(davidf) #11

how about col Douglas Mortimer and the Man with no name.


(Frank Talby) #12

Heck no - they’re the best on screen duo ever.


(Starblack) #13

A couple that stand out among the many:

George Hilton and Frank Wolff in Last of the Badmen.

Antonio Sabato and John Ireland in Hate for Hate.


(LankyFellow) #14

Golly ! :smiley:


(Jamie) #15

John Phillip Law & Lee Van Cleef in Death Rides A Horse.


(John Welles) #16

Isn’t that a John Wayne film?


(chuck connors brother) #17

Angel and the Badman?


(John Welles) #18

Sorry, I got mixed up with the two.


(Starblack) #19

Now John Wayne and any spaghetti Western character - that would be one hell of an awkward friendship.


(Pistolero) #20

My favorite is probably Blondie’s and Tuco’s in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. It was a temporary “friendship,” more like a business partnership if anything. My second favorite would have to be Monco and Col. Mortimer’s in For A Few Dollars More, they were both skeptical of each other until the end.