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The Burglars (1971)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 5 out of 10

4-Word Review: Corrupt cop hounds thief.

Azad (Jean-Paul Belmondo) and his cohorts pull off a daring heist by robbing a gem collector of his emeralds in his home by using a state-of-the-art machine that is able to create a key to the safe on the spot by simply entering in the safe’s serial number. 560 more words


RIPLEYS GAME.....sleeve notes.(un-edited)

Sleeve notes for the soon to be released RIPLEYS GAME soundtrack on KRONOS RECORDS.


To say that composer Ennio Morricone is talented and innovative is something of an understatement and when writing about him it is often difficult to find the words to describe his creativity, longevity and genius, at times when describing an artist, a composer or a writer critics and followers of the individual very often use the word genius lightly, in the case of Ennio Morricone this word is applicable in every sense. 2,035 more words

Kronos Records.

Saturday Soundtracks - Once Upon A Time In The West

Once Upon a Time in the West was a western film from 1972 featuring men both good and evil, a movie about freedom and revenge, duplicity and truth and all of it expertly directed by the legendary Sergio Leone. 194 more words

The Telltale Mind

The Hateful Eight Roadshow (2015)

At the beginning of this year, adopting a strategy from my best friend, Ryan, I began to track each movie that I watched along with the date. 886 more words


For a Few Dollars More (1965)

100 Films’ 100 Favourites #31

The man with no name is back!
The man in black is waiting…

Original Title: Per qualche dollaro in più 783 more words

5 Stars

Rare Morricone acetate up for sale

Italian soundtrack master Ennio Morricone’s initially unreleased score to Lucio Fulci’s 1971 giallo horror film Una Lucertola Con La Pelle Di Donna (A Lizard In A Woman’s Skin) 158 more words


Separated at birth #3

As suggested by longtime reader, Olive Bottlefield

Separated At Birth