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    Re: Favorite Film Clips

    Quote Originally Posted by Noivous View Post
    Ok so not a film clip.

    A very funny (and appropriate for today's world) routine from legendary comedian George Carlin.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=X29lF43mUlo
    Dirty word warning 🤬...it is George Carlin after all.

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    Re: Favorite Film Clips

    The Spaghetti Westerns. I'm not a huge fan of regular westerns, maybe the odd one here and there. But the spaghettis were different, never taking themselves too seriously and with a brilliant dry wit. There are whole scenes that I can recite almost word for word. Clint Eastwood at his very best, the squint eyed Lee Van Cleef and not forgetting the brilliant Gian Maria Volonte as Ramone and Indio.

    'When de music stops, pick up your gun. Try to shoot me colonel, just try'.

    This is from 'For a Few Dollars More'. Colonel Douglas Mortimer and 'The Hunchback'.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nftF...SyeLc&index=21
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    Re: Favorite Film Clips

    Quote Originally Posted by fishman65 View Post
    The Spaghetti Westerns. I'm not a huge fan of regular westerns, maybe the odd one here and there. But the spaghettis were different, never taking themselves too seriously and with a brilliant dry wit. There are whole scenes that I can recite almost word for word. Clint Eastwood at his very best, the squint eyed Lee Van Cleef and not forgetting the brilliant Gian Maria Volonte as Ramone and Indio.

    'When de music stops, pick up your gun. Try to shoot me colonel, just try'.

    This is from 'For a Few Dollars More'. Colonel Douglas Mortimer and 'The Hunchback'.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nftF...SyeLc&index=21
    Classic stuff F65! Thanks for posting. For some reason those spaghetti westerns remind me of the old Hammer films. I won't say I'm a big fan of the western genre but there are a few I really like.

    This scene with Clint Eastwood and Gene Hackman from Unforgiven I thought was great.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KmhGYB4NdYc

    If you want to see a realistic film about the west see "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" with Brad Pitt. Pitt's depiction of James suffering from mental illness I thought was excellent.

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