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Quentin Tarantino (and Cinematographer Robert Richardson) studied it before shooting The Hateful Eight. At the end of the 1960’s, 20th Century Fox Chief executive, Darryl Zanuck, was so offended by it, he refused to release it in America. 289 more words

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Movie Reviews 311 – Django (1966)

When people hear the term Spaghetti Western they immediately think of Clint Eastwood in any one of Sergio Leone’s Man with No Name trilogy (A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly) which created the genre. 846 more words

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DVD Review: May God Forgive You… I Won’t & Massacre at Canyon Grande

Wild East Productions of New York have included a double bill of George Ardisson films in their ongoing Spaghetti Western collection. Ardisson is perhaps best known for his work in the Euro-spy film genre but he also appeared in a handful of Italian Westerns. 1,272 more words

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Bloody Good Show: Franco Nero in DJANGO (Euro International 1966)

A solitary man is dragging a coffin through bleak, rocky terrain. He comes across a helpless female tied to posts, being whipped by a gang of banditos. 793 more words

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Bloody Good Show: Franco Nero in DJANGO (Euro International 1966)

A solitary man is dragging a coffin through bleak, rocky terrain. He comes across a helpless female tied to posts, being whipped by a gang of banditos. 793 more words

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Django Unchained

Writer-director Quentin Tarantino’s approach to cinema is privately important to him.

He is the movie-movie fan’s king.  He has a good ear, a good eye, and a good sense of movie past.  1,075 more words

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A Movie A Day #138: Navajo Joe (1966, directed by Sergio Corbucci)

Duncan (Aldo Sambrell) and his gang are the most ruthless and feared outlaws in the old west.  When first seen, they are destroying a Navajo village and shooting everyone that they see.   383 more words

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