Thats a different selection to see at the cinema than the usual suspects. I am jealous
Me and some friends from another Forum have about 30 Spaghettis as 35mm copies.
Some of them we have already watched in cinema.
This year we are lucky to have the opportunity to show some of them in a Cinema in Cologne,Germany.
11 films were shown from January to June:
- Tre Pistole contro Cesare
- Joe… cercati un posto per morire!
- 100.000 dollari per Ringo
- Gli eroi di Fort Worth
- 7 donne per i Mac Gregor
- Antes llega de muerte
- ¡Que viva Carrancho!
- La Bataille De San Sebastian
- 7 winchester per un massacro
- L’uomo dalla pistola d’oro
In September we will go on. WIth good luck we can show other 8 movies
Other Spaghettis I have seen in cinema:
- C’era una volta il West
- El hombre que mató a Billy el Niño
I really envy you.
This is serious business you’re talking.
P.S. I forgot to mention Cpt Apache
Once Upon a Time in the West at the Regent Street Cinema.
I think I watched all the SWs shown in the Oslo theaters in the late sixties/early seventies. They were
- All Leone’s films except for GBU (it was banned)
- Death Rides a Horse
- Ace High
- The two Trinity films
- The two Nobody films
- Return of Hallelujah
Of course that’s some time ago, and I might have forgotten some.
Saw ‘Chato’s Land’ and ‘Kill them all and Come back alone’ in 1974 at the tender age of 8 … before I knew what a Euro western was … In the west of Ireland in rural areas the cinema owners would let anyone in to see any film despite the age restriction - hurrah!
Next was ‘Once Upon a Time in the West’ restored version 1983, then in 1997 the dollars trilogy, each film screened once night only - FOD full house, FFDM about 12 people in the audience, GBU full house. Missed the opportunity to see Fistful of Dynamite and The Great Silence … but by that stage in the game these films had been hijacked by the pseudo intellectual Alex Cox wannabe types … media study lecturers … Vomit
Haven’t been to see anything since the demise of 35mm prints
Aldo, like me you must have been born in 1966 - a good year for SW fans!
You did well in the West getting to the cinema at age 8 - I was around 14 when I went to the cinema first and watched Grease - I was not impressed!
@IllThinkAboutIt … I was with my family on a washed out holiday near Sligo, staying at a B&B with no telly and nothing much to do in the evenings - so each night Mum and Dad took us to the flicks in Sligo, where the program seemed to change every few days, or there were more than one cinema ? We also got to see Sam Whiskey, which may have been a double feature with Chato’s Land - My parents were usually very strict about what we could watch on television, so we kids were amazed at what we were seeing on the big screen -Chato was particularly shocking, with the nudity, rape and really graphic violence … a far cry from the TV westerns we’d seen at the time. Reckon that my Dad was too cheap to remove us from the cinema after paying in. LOL … to me it was a really exciting experience.
Didn’t get a chance to see Kill Them All again until I found a DVD in Malaga over 30 years later. What a nostalgia hit! Finding a long lost movie and then visiting the locations in Almeria all in one trip.
“Keoma” (I, 1976, starring Franco Nero) is announced to be shown on 35 mm in the Offkino in Bielefeld/Germany on Friday, 09.02.2018,08.00 p.m. in the german dubbed-version.