I’m not as old as Tom (who says himself that he’s probably the oldest on the forum), but I’m working on it. I have seen the Leone’s, a few Corbucci’s and a handful of other SWs in cinema, in the late 60’s, early 70’s. I was still very young then and wasn’t allowed to see some films that had an ‘18-rating’ like Django or Django Kill (10 - 12)
In the late 70s, there were late night showing in the city of Eindhoven, and I saw about twenty SWs more (20)
In the meantime I had seen some 20 SW comedies in regular showings (20)
In the 80’s, after the breakthrough of home video, I saw some 50 on VHS and some 50 more on tv (RTL had regular SW showings)
In the 90s I forgot about SWs, except for an occasional Leone or Corbucci.
In 2004, so rather late, I bought a DVD player and rediscovered the genre; I guess I’ve seen some 40 or 50 SWs since then (SWs I had not seen before, that is) (50)
So I’ve seen some 200 SWs, I guess.
I’ll keep watching the genre as long as I make ‘discoveries’;
Last year I discovered films like Pistoleros, El precio de un Hombre and - God bless our Rev - El Puro;