Update on new Terence Hill western


(Tom B.) #1

Title of the 2-part-TV-western is “Doc West”, with story and screenplay by Marco Barboni (Enzo’s son) and will be directed by Giulio Base, produced by Guido + Maurizio De Angelis. Starring Hill, Ornella Muti and Paul Sorvino.

It is scheduled to be shown in spring 2009 on Italian TV channel Canale 5.


(korano) #2

Do you think it will ever be released on DVD or some other form?


(Yodlaf Peterson) #3

It would be nice if it did, i’d certainly get it


(Bill san Antonio) #4

Ornella Muti, hmm. She is still quite a stunning though she must be over 50 now.

Produced by De Angelis bros, I hope they will also make the music for it.


(Yodlaf Peterson) #5

[quote=“Bill san Antonio, post:4, topic:1243”]Ornella Muti, hmm. She is still quite a stunning though she must be over 50 now.

Produced by De Angelis bros, I hope they will also make the music for it.[/quote]
She has the most beautiful eyes


(ENNIOO) #6

I cannot remember one T.V western movie I like.


(Col. Douglas Mortimer) #7

You should try to get a hold of The Quick and The Dead with Sam Elliott. Thats a pretty good made for TV western.


(scherpschutter) #8

I don’t think that was made for TV (and I’m not sure Sam Elliot was in it)
Maybe you mean this one, a very decent (and violent) western made for cable:

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(korano) #9

[quote=“scherpschutter, post:8, topic:1243”]I don’t think that was made for TV (and I’m not sure Sam Elliot was in it)
Maybe you mean this one, a very decent (and violent) western made for cable:

http://imageshack.us[/quote]No, Colonel is right. The Quick and the Dead 1980’s version was an HBO movie.


(ENNIOO) #10

The Desperate Trail was terrible I thought in every department.


(scherpschutter) #11

You’re not going to tell me that you didn’t you even like Linda Fiorentino ?


(ENNIOO) #12

I do not like women with small breasts.


(korano) #13

Amen :wink:


(AceHigh) #14

Ennioo, did you like Lonesome Dove?


(korano) #15

What about Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee?


(ENNIOO) #16

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee is one I have not seen yet…so this could be one I like ;).

Lonesome Dove was a bit to long for me so I became bored, and I do not like Tommy Lee Jones.


(korano) #17

Bury my heart at wounded knee is not 100% western since it deels more with politics and real history. However, it does have some good action scenes. It is not a dumb, cheap made for TV wetsern but a interesting, intelligent HBO western.


(Tom B.) #18

Several favorite TV westerns - “Purgatory” with Sam Shepard is excellent, “Blind Justice” with Armand Assante and an oldie but a goodie was “The Hanged Man” with Steve Forrest. I agree most are pretty bad but every once in awhile one pops up that is excellent.


(Phil H) #19

The Jack Bull and Broken Trail spring to mind as ones I have enjoyed too.