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Author Topic: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?  (Read 41811 times)

Silence

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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #75 on: 08 Aug 2009 - 18:24 »

Hi Yodlaf, we miss you in the SWDB!
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THE RITA HN

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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #76 on: 17 Dec 2009 - 08:03 »

- SHADOW OF SARTANA (the almost deconstructed nature of this western from Demofilo Fidani brings forth the classic elements of Spaghetti Westerns via something like SO SWEET, SO DEAD and it's own act of minimalist genre qualities)
- THE DIRTY OUTLAWS (excellent magnification of violence)
- A BULLET FOR SANDOVAL (i think this is easily one of Hilton's best - concentrated and vicious)
- MASSACRE TIME
- DJANGO, KILL
- I AM SARTANA, TRADE YOUR GUNS FOR A COFFIN
- CALIFORNIA
- THE STRANGERS GUNDOWN
- THE RETURN OF RINGO
- VIVA DJANGO

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Inspector Tanzi

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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #77 on: 17 Dec 2009 - 11:06 »

Hi Yodlaf, we miss you in the SWDB!
I can never seem to log in when i go over there nowadays
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Silence

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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #78 on: 17 Dec 2009 - 16:42 »

Strange!
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Mr. Arkadin

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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #79 on: 02 Jan 2010 - 01:36 »

The Great Silence (1968)
Django (1966)
Django Kill (1967)
A Bullet for the General (1967)
Once Upon a Time in the West (1969)
For a Few Dollars More (1967)
My Name is Nobody (1973)
Vengeance (1968)
Massacre Time (1967)
Keoma (1976)
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Silence

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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #80 on: 02 Jan 2010 - 15:18 »

Spaghetti top 20:
1. Django
2. Compañeros
3. The Great Silence
4. A Bullet For Sandoval
5. John The Bastard
6. Mannaja
7. Keoma
8. Massacre Time
9. Duck You Sucker
10. The Boldest Job In The West
11. Requiem For A Gringo
12. Shotgun
13. God Forgives, I Don't
14. Django The Bastard
15. A Gun For 100 Graves
16. For A Few Dollars More
17. Black Jack
18. Once Upon A Time In The West
19. Arriva Sabata
20. I Want Him Dead
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Miles apart

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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #81 on: 03 Apr 2010 - 07:47 »

Hey this is my first post, anyway:
-Once upon a time in the west
-Django
-Vamos a matar companeros
-Keoma
-Une corde, un colt (Cimitero senza croci)
-The great Silence
-Massacre time
-The four of apocalypse
-El Puro (La taglia è tua...l'uomo l'ammazzo io)
-Trinity is my name
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Italo-West-Fan

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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #82 on: 29 Sep 2012 - 08:15 »

A few of my favourites Spaghettis are:
-Cowards don't Pray (Can't wait for the Koch DVD !!!)
-What I'm doing in the middle of the Revolution ?
-Hate is my God (L'odio e'il mio dio)
-El Puro
-Pago cara su muerte
-Gringo getta il Fucile
-...
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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #83 on: 30 Oct 2012 - 07:05 »

I have just seen Four of the apocalypse, and it was quite strange, with topics I did not anticipate (SPOILERS!!!!! ------------ the comic relief of a town inhabited only by men, cannibalism etc),
but I liked it a lot! And Tomas Milian kicked ass as usual. :D And the "duel" at the end was beautiful: simple, crude, raw, like a euro-western should be.
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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #84 on: 20 Mar 2013 - 09:49 »

I have thought about this for a while, and whilst the Sergio Leone movies are really great and epic, my vote right now goes to "Compañeros", which easily has the best theme song ever in a spaghetti western. At least for me. Not to mention the great cast, by the way. I don't really like either Milian or Nero, but in this movie, because neither one of them is 'the star' it really works. And Jack Palance makes it even better.  :-X

I don't think this is an actual trailer, but it's a really great video regardless.

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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #85 on: 20 Mar 2013 - 09:57 »

Just ordered Great Silence. The first spaghetti i ever seen when i was 12, great film.
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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #86 on: 30 Apr 2013 - 19:03 »

My favourites are:
Mannaja
Lucky Johnny (A really dark western from 1975, the main character picks fights with people to help his grandpa's cemetery business, a nasty violent western)
Last of the Badmen
Barrel full of Dollars ( IMO Fidanis best, and the crazy Kinski )
Dead men Ride!
Il Mercanario (The Arena..)
No Room To Die
Django the Bastard
Keoma
Wrath of God
Vengeance
The Holy Ghost trilogy
Black Jack
Ben and Charlie
Born to Kill
They Call him Cemetery
One dollar too many ( I don't know why, but I really like this mix of comedy and shootings)

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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #87 on: 01 May 2013 - 08:20 »

My favourites are:
Mannaja
Lucky Johnny (A really dark western from 1975, the main character picks fights with people to help his grandpa's cemetery business, a nasty violent western)
Last of the Badmen
Barrel full of Dollars ( IMO Fidanis best, and the crazy Kinski )
Dead men Ride!
Il Mercanario (The Arena..)
No Room To Die
Django the Bastard
Keoma
Wrath of God
Vengeance
The Holy Ghost trilogy
Black Jack
Ben and Charlie
Born to Kill
They Call him Cemetery
One dollar too many ( I don't know why, but I really like this mix of comedy and shootings)


http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Arde_baby,_arde

This? Sounds good!

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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #88 on: 01 May 2013 - 17:50 »

Best ones ive seen recently are Big gundown and Requeiscant.
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WayneSmith

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Re: What Are Your Favourite Spaghettis?
« Reply #89 on: 03 May 2013 - 15:59 »

My favourites are:
Mannaja
Lucky Johnny (A really dark western from 1975, the main character picks fights with people to help his grandpa's cemetery business, a nasty violent western)
Last of the Badmen
Barrel full of Dollars ( IMO Fidanis best, and the crazy Kinski )
Dead men Ride!
Il Mercanario (The Arena..)
No Room To Die
Django the Bastard
Keoma
Wrath of God
Vengeance
The Holy Ghost trilogy
Black Jack
Ben and Charlie
Born to Kill
They Call him Cemetery
One dollar too many ( I don't know why, but I really like this mix of comedy and shootings)


http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Arde_baby,_arde

This? Sounds good!

I agree. Sounds hardcore.  :-*
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