Right, what were the influences of the hippie-movement or psychedelic art and music in Spaghettis?
-Also very hippie like bandits (and one hippy too: Ringo )
Four of the apocalypse - hippie song
The mercenary - Palance smoking weed
No anachronistic pot heads in sight but BROTHERS BLUE/BLU GANG is definitely one for the love generation…
El Puro - Alternative interest in Eastern religion … Buddhism.
William Berger in general
Return of Sabata - The opening scene
I seem to remember Sonny and Jed using hip-jive cool slang like ‘mutherfucker’ and ‘pad’. :o 8)
Thats right and ‘punk’.
Well it’s got the word groovy in it. And in case you were wonderin’ - these two havn’t gone all Brokeback Mountain on us - the skinny one is just hiding behind t’other … WEST AND SODA(1965) :o ;D
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Is it just me or does Keoma look more convincing as a hippie than as a native american?
It isn’t just you. I love the movie but it takes a HIGH suspension of disbelief to accept Franco as a half-breed. He looks like one of my uncles from back in the 70’s
For a Few Dollars More: Indio smoking weed
Palance was smoking weed in Companeros as far as i remeber
Yes it was Companeros, not Mercenary
Ironic. Maybe I need to stop smoking weed.
William Berger specially as Banjo. His clothes, his hair, his instrument… A hippie troubadour.
Tomas Milian in Four of Apocalypse - seems like Jack Sparrow stole his clothes. ;D
Hello INTERPOL :o !!
I got a guy here who’s been on the weed and he’s “confessed” !!
Yes hes “Bad” but claims there was NO “Harm” In it ;D