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Bill Shaffer's Eli Wallach interview

I corresponded with Eli Wallach (1915 – 2014) in the summer of 1975 with the hope of securing an interview to help augment my Master’s Thesis on the films of Sergio Leone. 3,092 more words


West and Soda [1965]

A greedy villain tries to coerce a woman into marrying him so he can take over her land, when a stranger rides into town.

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Chicago outfit Sundown Club share the Origins of their debut single, "Sweet Rose": Stream

Origins is a recurring new music feature in which an artist charts the influence of their latest single.

Chicago isn’t exactly the Old West, but… 549 more words


Film Review: Navajo Joe (1966)

Also known as: A Dollar a Head (US working title), Navajo’s Land, Red Fighter, Savage Run (alternate titles)
Release Date: November 26th, 1966 (Italy)
Directed by: 510 more words


Revisiting a classic genre through a modern lens

The ubiquity of spaghetti westerns in the 1960’s and 70’s led to the genre being both the most prevalent of its time and also the most oversaturated. 620 more words


Get Mean screening, 9 December 2017

Ferdinando Baldi’s offbeat Spaghetti Western ‘Get Mean’ (Italy/USA, 1975) with Tony Anthony, Lloyd Battista and Raf Baldassarre plays at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles on 9 December 2017. 17 more words


LET THE CORPSES TAN - Fire and Fast Cutting in the Medditerranean

Everything in excess. Everything inspired. One sure way to catch the attention of an audience be it in the form of scorn or adoration is to do things the way Godard would. 503 more words

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