Waterfalls location? Which films?


(Reverend Danite) #1

So - another locations thread.
After posting pics of the “Blindman” village that appeared in Ben and Charlie also, I noticed this waterfall shot - and knew I’d seen it in other films - although the only one that immediately came to mind was The Beast/Rough Justice with Klaus Kinski.
It’s in a very verdant setting so almost certainly not in Almeria?
There’s a bigger waterfall behind the smaller waterwall that can be seen in the second Beast shot.
Anybody know of any other films - or indeed, where these falls are?


“Whadya mean pink ain’t my colour?” - (Ben and Charlie)


“You beast, you bounder, you cad!” - (The Beast)


“Shut it an’ get 'em off.” - (The Beast)


(Sundance) #2

I have seen a thread about this same location on some Italian forum if I remember right. It had like a hundred or so (I have no idea how many really but wouldn’t surprise me if there were a hundred :stuck_out_tongue: ) films where this exact same location is used, with screenshots from many of the films. I just can’t remember the forum…

Castellari’s Inglorious Bastards had one scene in there (the nude women)? Johnny Hamlet perhaps had as well… well except maybe a bit upriver (there is the castle or something and the small bridge? They Call Him Cemetary? The girls and Trinity were there in the first Trinity?


(Reverend Danite) #3

Oh yeah - cheers. I saw Castellari’s IB recently and remember that bottom! I’ll check 'em out - I’ll start with IB! ;D


(Stanton) #4

It’s definitely an Italian location, and I wouldn’t wonder if hundreds of films have used it. It’s a beautiful little place, and you don’t have too much waterfalls around the corner.


(scherpschutter) #5

They’re also in the first Trinity, I think it’s somewhere near Rome
I’ll try to find this tomorrow


(ENNIOO) #6

What I like about this forum is you can be speaking about waterfall locations if you wish and say something more extreme in another thread :wink: .


(Stanton) #7

Herr H. was never there …


(scherpschutter) #8

You’ll find the answer here:

http://www.terencehill.com/

Click on: SPECIAL They call me Trinty, location photos


(Sundance) #9

Lucrezia giovane (1974)

:wink:


(Sundance) #10

Johnny Hamlet:

No Room to Die:


(Reverend Danite) #11

[quote=“Reverend Danite, post:1, topic:2472”]So - another locations thread…

Anybody know of any other films - or indeed, where these falls are?[/quote]

Thanks to Brother Tabernos who’s found this link… (probably the one Sundance had seen, but couldn’t find again)…

http://forum.nocturno.it/index.php?topic=379.15


(Yodlaf Peterson) #12

[quote=“Reverend Danite, post:11, topic:2472”]Thanks to Brother Tabernos who’s found this link… (probably the one Sundance had seen, but couldn’t find again)…

http://forum.nocturno.it/index.php?topic=379.15[/quote]Blimey. Been used a fair few times hasn’t it.

And there’s more than likely a whole load more too.


(Stanton) #13

Ha ha, the question seems to be was their any Italian movie which did not use this location?


(JonathanCorbett) #14

Here’s a couple of multilingual links on the area

http://www.romaepiu.it/en/piedi-i-sentieri-del-parco-della-valle-del-treja/

http://www.romaepiu.it/en/parco-regionale-valle-del-treja/