Seven Winchesters for a Massacre ?
It kinda gives it away !
A Few Dollars for Django
That’s the one,…
Cheers … here’s one that should be in almost everyone’s top 10
I had to check it out on my Bluray, and yes it is The Big Gundown (Sartenillas I believe, not far from Mini Hollywood and I ran up to Cerro Lee Van Cleef close by last autumn) which I have as a tie for place 5-8 with Django Kill If You Live Shoot, Cemetery Without Crosses, My Name Is Nobody, some very diversified SWs but all very good.
(I am no expert in taking screen-shots but will copy other fotos).
Absolutely correct I’ve been to this location also, luckily before the eyesore electric pylons were added.
Over to you, runner … your turn.
Thanks, one could add that the music (I got a CD with nearly 1 hour of the soundtrack) by Morricone is outstanding and I think it somewhat previsions the around 1970 started progressive music era.
This is a non-SW, probably easy.
Looks Cantonese or Taiwanese. I’m going to go out on a wild limb here and guess Hapkido with Angela Mao.
No, and it is not that actress either.
If that’s what I think it is, it was big in the US and nominated for 10 academy awards.
Or maybe not exactly .
Yes it was. So @Massimo you are on the very right track
Wait a minute…is it Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon?
Very correct so to speak
The female anti-hero played by Ziyi Zhang :
I think it shares the atmosphere or mood with for example The Forgotten Pistolero. A bit dark, mysterious and tragic. That is a compliment to the latter movie.
I rate Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon as a 9 of 10.
It is the only wuxia film I have seen, but maybe it is like have being introduced to the Spaghetti-western genre with Once Upon A Time In The West ?
So now you may post a new riddle @ makesthemovie
I’ve always had a little crush on Ziyi Zhang ever since I saw her in Rush Hour 2. Such a lovely, wonderful, and underrated actress who should’ve been a big star.
Anyhow, back to the Thread with this slice of Classic Comedy
I couldn’t tell whether it was the original or Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny.
Now you know. I myself had forgotten that there was a sequel also (2016).
‘Tit for Tat’ (1935) Classic!