pure fantasy but here goes
anti hero: kirk douglas ( as he was in the 1950’s) tragic hero: stacy keach ( as he was in the 70’s & 80’s)
villian: james woods ( one of the best villians ever on screen) chief sidekick to villian:klaus kinski
female: selma hayek ( ogle! ogle!)
composer: ennio morricone
director: sergio corbucci
pure fantasy but here goes
Glad I could help revive a post as genius as this one. Let’s keep it going amigos!
Another movie I would try to make would be like this.
Actors: Jack Palance, George Hilton, Robert Hossein, Warren Oates.
Director: Giuliano Carnimeo
Script writer: Dario Argento, FerdinandoBaldi
Music: Andre Hossein
Stunts: Yakima Canutt
Locations: Monuement Valley
Considering these guys are still alive, live at the same time, and are in the best of health:
Heroes: Omar Sharif, Peter O’Toole, (when they were young!!) Thomas Kretschmann, Oleg Menshikov, Aleksandr Kaidanovsky, Ulriche Muhe, Jean-Louis Trintignant, FRANCO NERO!!!, Alec Guinness, Jose Ferrer
Villains: Lee van Cleef, Sergi Lopez
Girls: Me of course
Director: Me of course ;), or Tarkovsky, Leone, Michel Carne, Guillermo del Toro, Kielskowski,
Composer: Ennio, Marcello Giomboni
Cinematographer: Tonino delli Colli or Freddie Young
Heroes: Franco Nero, Clint Eastwood and Klaus Kinski
Villains: Jack Palance, Tomas Milian and John Steiner
Girls: Miou Miou, Claudia Cardinale
Director: Sam Peckinpah
Composer: Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
Director: Ennio Mrricone
Writter: Dario Argento, Fernando Lamas, Nick Cave, Ennio Morricone
Stunts: Yakima Cannutt
Starring: Warren Oates, Maurizio Merli, Robert Hossein, Woody Strode, Lee Van Cleef, James Garner, James Coburn
Music: Andre Hossein, De Angelis Brothers, Ennio Morricone
Musicians tell stories and Nick Cave showed that someone with absolutley no scriptwritting experience can create a great western. Ennio Morricone’s music is great and fits with the movie’s its in and I think he could make a movie the same way he makes music. I wouldn’t think there would be a lot of dialogue and probably very similar to Leone but I wiuld definetly enjoy seeing Morricone direct a western.
director: giafranco parolini
anti heroes: lee van cleef, gianni garko,walter barnes
villains:horst frank, fernando sancho, aldo sambrell
music: ennio moriconne
writer: tito carpi
female lead: nicoletta machiavelli
Heroes : Gianni Garko , Franco Nero Villains: Jack Palance , Klaus Kinski , William Berger Females : Claudia Cardinale & Nieves Navarro. Composer: Ennio Morricone Director: Tonino Valerii
Guest Stars : Jack Elam , Fernando Sanchez , Tomas Milian & Nicoletta Machiavelli .
Director: Brahm @Guanto Taylor
Sexy Hero: Me
Sexy Female: Still me, really. I’ve got the range.
Comedy Sidekick: @Reverend_Danite
Sheriff Who Gets Killed In The Dark In The Rain, Leaving Me Holding His Corpse and Looking Up At The Sky Going “NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!” Like That: @scherpschutter
Probably Not Appearing in This Film: Klaus Kinski
Dastardly Villain: @stanton … No, Wait: @Phil_H and his evil band of Leyton O’s. And Stanton.
Town Lush Who Stumbles About Comedically Before Falling Into The Horse Trough, and Everyone Goes, “Ha! You Just Fell in the Horse Trough, You MUPPET!”: Stanton again
Executive Producer Paying For Everything (at least £20): @Admin
I played a dying man once, in a play directed by my brother-in-law
All I had to do is die.
Can I be the one henchman with the ridiculous Face fur?
No, you may not. You may however be the tart with the heart of gold, who gets thrown off of the balcony onto the poker table by the henchman with the ridiculous face fur.
Finally, my dream role!
An Oscar may be in the pipeline
Anti-Hero: Gian Maria Volonte
Villian: Giuliano Gemma
Actress: Gina Rovere
Director: Tonino Valerii
Composer: Luis Bacalov
Take the usual roles of the two main actors and see how flipping them around would work. Valerii should have no problem creating something interesting from these two.
I wrote a synopsis for a Spaghetti Western/Lupin III hybrid. Here’s my combination from that assignment.
Anti-Hero: Tomas Milian
Anti-Heroine: Charlotte Rampling
Ally: Franco Nero
Villianess: Isuzu Yamada
Hero Antagonist: Toshiro Mifune or Gian Maria Volonte
Writer: Me, Leone, Corbucci, Sollima, Donati, Gastaldi, Vincenzoni, Solinas, Mickey Knox
Cinematography: Tonino Delli Colli
Editing: Franco Arcalli
Composer: Yuji Ohno, Ennio Morricone, Riz Ortolani
Producer: Joseph E. Levine, Alberto Grimaldi
Director: Me (in the styles of Leone and Corbucci)
Nice, love Lupin III. It would be interesting to see a Spaghetti Western with a heavier Japanese presence.
Nice to meet a fellow fan. Milian’s performance as Beauregard Bennet in Face to Face is strikingly similar (in my opinion) to Yasuo Yamada’s darker portrayals of Lupin, in both voice and physical expression.
Two wanted brothers
Group of four bounty hunters
Director & Composer
Heroes: Franco Nero, Robert Hossein.
Lead Villians: Orson Wells
Lead acttress: Nicoletta Machiavelli
Directed by: Sergio Leone
Story by Dario Argento
Music: Stelvio Cipriani
Plot: : Welles is a leader of rebels who rob, kill, and want to restart the civil war. One night, Nero, Nicoletta and her son are ambushed by unknown rebels. Thinking everyone is dead, the bandits take what they want and ride off. However Nero is still alive, and with the little strength he has left, is able to get on a horse and head north. He falls into a state of depression, drunkness, and anger as he cannot accept the death of his wife and son. Eventually he comes upon a ghost town where he encounters Hossein. Hossein is a loner and deserter, who once fought alongisde Welles in the civil war, but was double crossed by him. Hossein tells Nero that he suspects Welles and his gang are responsible for his wife and sons death. The two form a partnership, and decide to put an end to the rebel activities once and for all.