The Guess a Movie Screenshot Thread


(JonathanCorbett) #7522

No guesses?


(scherpschutter) #7523

Don’t think I know this movie. I know the guy’s face on the first pic, but I don’t know his name


(Martin) #7524

Yep, I’m sure I haven’t seen that movie, and the name of the actor shown in the first image won’t come to me. Darn!


(carlos) #7525

It’s Omero Gargano :laughing: but I haven’t seen this film.


(scherpschutter) #7526

I guess you’re right, it’s Omero Gargano. In that case it could be Ramon Il Messicano I haven’t seen it, and he’s in it. It’s on You Tube, I had a few glimpses but didn’t spot him

Image quality is poor, Italian audio:


(carlos) #7527

You know, I think you are gonna be right! My copy isn’t much better than that YouTube video. We definitely need Jonathan’s version :slight_smile:


(JonathanCorbett) #7528

Very good scherp, that’s the one! :relaxed:


(scherpschutter) #7529

Thanks, I’ll go looking for a few screens to keep the game alive

Tomorrow


(scherpschutter) #7530

What about this one:

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(Martin) #7531

John Ford’s Cheyenne Autumn (1964).


(scherpschutter) #7532

Very quick on the draw. Correct, of course … your turn


(Martin) #7533

Thank you, scherpschutter! New screenshot (unfortunately, the poster is not for Gianfranco Baldanello’s Son of Zorro).


(El Topo) #7534

la via della droga


(Martin) #7535

Same decade, same protagonist, Fabio Testi, but nope.


(JonathanCorbett) #7536

Testi with light meter in L’important c’est d’aimer, directed by Andrzej Zulawski.


(Martin) #7537

Yes! And Romy Schneider’s back.


(JonathanCorbett) #7538

OK, an easy one for today :wink:


(Martin) #7539

Not a single guess in thirty days? @JonathanCorbett, help, please!


(scherpschutter) #7540

I think i saw it once, but not sure of the title

Il Pistolero segnato da Dio?


(JonathanCorbett) #7541

I put aside the prepared additional screenshots with Meniconi and Gia Sandri: that’s the one, Scherp!