The Last Western You Watched? ver.2.0

’One-Eyed Jacks’, (1961) - 60th Anniversary

To celebrate the anniversary of this beautiful Western, I watched it last night - courtesy of a gorgeous Bluray print from ‘Arrow’.

Directed by, and starring Marlon Brando, this film has dedication written all over it…an intelligent, perfectly-cast, exquisitely-shot, celluloid great…an experience to behold.
Not many films are what I would term as ‘poetical’ - this one is…

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What’s the American Title of That ?

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see here https://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Bounty_killer_a_Trinità,_Un

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Thanks :grin:

Love the part where he flips the table and threatens to pull Ben Johnson’s arms out.

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Last Western I Watched (Tuesday March 16th 2021)

Make the Sign of the Cross, Stranger
(AKA Stranger Say Your Prayers)
Ok Movie - Average at Best

The last one I watched was Shane. I know it isn’t a Spaghetti Western. But I had heard good things so I watched it. But I didn’t particularly care for it. It dragged quite a bit and was almost a chore to get through. I know it’s iconic. I just wish I could have enjoyed it more.

Hi. My first post. The last one was a movie called Vengeance starring Richard Harrison.
Glad I got the blu-ray cause I really liked it.

vengeance2

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Haven’t heard of this one before, but I’ve just added it to my watch list based on the description of the opening scene.

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Its worth a watch.I think the opening scene was an after thought. Something the producer wanted to add to movie after they had finishing shooting it. Im glad they did. The movie also got a real memorable villain and a cool soundtrack.

Watched Sette pistole per i MacGregor. Pretty good movie for 1966. Enjoyed it very much. Hope the sequal is as good as the original.

Where did you get the Blue Ray?

And Welcome to the Board

Thank you :slight_smile: :slightly_smiling_face:

I got the blu-ray from Grindhouse Video.

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Vengeance (1968) - 4/5
10,000 Blood Money (1967) - 4.5/5
California (1977) - 4.5/5
Taste of Killing (1966) - 3.5/5
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - 5/5 (New Kino disc looks good!)

Looks like they are closed for business :man_shrugging:

Just watched Alien Thunder AKA Dan Candy’s Law. I’ve had it in bargain sets before but never managed to get into it because the picture quality was always abysmal. I finally got to watch a decent enough print on YouTube and it wasn’t too bad, although the film did drag at times. It feels like it had a lot more potential but I’d rate it a bit higher than its average IMBD score.

I watched Bugles in the Afternoon, an enjoyable American western.