As Quentin Tarantino notes, “there was also realism to them: those shitty Mexican towns, the little shacks — a bit bigger to accommodate the camera — all the plates they put the beans on, the big wooden spoons. After the sound of gunfire is heard Tuco escapes through a window. The emphasis on violence being seen in how the three leads (Blondie, Angel Eyes and Tuco) are introduced with various acts of violence. Later in his career, however, he featured in numerous Italian comedy films. [11], Leone built upon the screenwriter's original concept to "show the absurdity of war ... the Civil War which the characters encounter. [49], The main theme, also titled "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly", was a hit in 1968 with the soundtrack album on the charts for more than a year,[47] reaching No. The main theme, resembling the howling of a coyote (which blends in with an actual coyote howl in the first shot after the opening credits), is a two-pitch melody that is a frequent motif, and is used for the three main characters. As Tuco screams for mercy, Blondie returns into sight. [17], The bridge in the film was reconstructed twice by sappers of the Spanish army after being rigged for on-camera explosive demolition. [58] Although not fighting in the war, the three gunslingers gradually become entangled in the battles that ensue (similar to The Great War, a film that screenwriters Luciano Vincenzoni and Age & Scarpelli had contributed to). Furthermore, Spaghetti Westerns redefined the western genre to fit the everchanging times of the 1960s and ’70s. Film profile for Mario Brega, Actor, born 5 March 1923. [30] Wallach was almost poisoned during filming when he accidentally drank from a bottle of acid that a film technician had set next to his soda bottle. With grandiose wide shots and close ups that peered into the eyes and souls of the characters, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, had the defining cinematographic techniques of the spaghetti western. Whatever the actual reason, all dialogue in the film was recorded in post-production. "In the second, we were two. [17] The studio agreed, but wanted to know the cost for this next film. The song has also been sampled within the genre of Hip Hop, most notably by rappers such as Immortal Technique and Jay-Z. Leone, often forcefully, insisted on shooting scenes from many different angles, paying attention to the most minute of details, which often exhausted the actors. Angel Eyes allows Stevens to tell Jackson the new name Bill Carson. Tuco is set up in a scene in which three bounty hunters try to kill him. The film has an air of dirtiness that can be attributed to the Civil War and in turn it affects the actions of people, showing how the war deep down has affected the lives of many people. Typically used when describing something thoroughly, the respective phrases refer to upsides, downsides and the parts that could, or should have been done better, but were not. In the United States, United Artists considered using the original Italian translation, River of Dollars, or The Man With No Name, but decided on The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. The army rebuilt the bridge while other shots were filmed. [73], Disc 1 contains an audio commentary with writer and critic Richard Schickel. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Italian: Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo, lit. Given the technical limitations of the time, it would have been difficult to record the sound cleanly in most of the extremely wide shots Leone frequently used. While the rope around Wallach's neck was severed, the horse was frightened a little too well. Placing it face-down in the courtyard of the cemetery, he challenges Tuco and Angel Eyes to a three-way duel. See Eliot (2009), p. 66. [13] Due to general disapproval of the Spaghetti Western genre at the time, critical reception of the film following its release was mixed, but it gained critical acclaim in later years, becoming known as the "definitive Spaghetti western". The film was first released on VHS by VidAmerica in 1980, then Magnetic Video in 1981, CBS/Fox Video in 1983 and MGM Home Entertainment (as MGM/UA Home Video) in 1990. [38] This builds up the tension and suspense by allowing the viewers to savor the performances and character reactions, creating a feeling of excitement, as well as giving Leone the freedom to film beautiful landscapes. Here we are three. [29], Wallach and Eastwood flew to Madrid together and, between shooting scenes, Eastwood would relax and practice his golf swing. 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Sergio Leone prese parte alla regia filmando la prima scena, ma preferì non essere menzionato nei titoli. Directed by Camillo Mastrocinque. The sequence with Tuco, Blondie and Captain Clinton has been extended: Clinton asks for their names, which they are reluctant to answer. [73], This DVD was generally well received, though some purists complained about the re-mixed stereo soundtrack with many completely new sound effects (notably, the gunshots were replaced), with no option for the original soundtrack. [17] The third time Wallach's life was threatened was during the scene where he and Mario Brega—who are chained together—jump out of a moving train. Clint Eastwood expressed interest in taking part in the film's production, including acting as narrator. It is also seen when he is violently torturing Tuco later in the film. He was an actor and producer, known for, Blu-ray Review – Sergio Leone Westerns: Five Film Collection, Blu-ray Review – For a Few Dollars More (1965). Product details Actors: Carlo Verdone , Veronica Miriel , Mario Brega , Renato Scarpa , Isabella De Bernardi James Woods Regency Enterprises Harry Grey Robert De … [14], Eastwood was not initially pleased with the script and was concerned he might be upstaged by Wallach. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Italian: Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo, lit. [9] Thus, all three of Leone's Dollars Trilogy films were released in the United States during the same year. It is also seen in how Angel Eyes disguises himself as a union sergeant so he can attack and torture Tuco in order to get the information he needs, intertwining himself in the battle in the process. Blondie, Angel Eyes, and his henchmen arrive in an evacuated town. The British heavy metal band Motörhead played the main theme as the overture music on the 1981 "No sleep 'til Hammersmith" tour. The album cover featured the three in cowboy attire. [12] The film was the third collaboration between Leone and Clint Eastwood, and the second with Lee Van Cleef. [41] Although the score for the film is regarded as among Ennio Morricone's greatest achievements, he utilized other artists to help give the score the characteristic essence in which resonates throughout. Tuco and Blondie travel toward Sad Hill, but their way is blocked by Union troops on one side of a strategic bridge, with Confederates on the other. [73], The footage below is all featured within supplementary features of the 2004 DVD release, Despite the initial negative reception by some critics, the film has since accumulated very positive feedback. [24] Throughout filming, Eastwood regularly socialized with actor Franco Nero, who was filming Texas, Adios at the time. It was produced by Sergio Leone, soundtrack composed by Ennio Morricone and guest starred by Mario Brega, all formerly scored in the Dollars … When Joe's shot at the noose goes awry during one escapade, a furious Tuco tries to have him murdered. [81] Its main music theme from the soundtrack is regarded by Classic FM as one of the most iconic themes of all time. When Tuco returns with water, Carson has died and Blondie, slumped next to him, reveals that Carson recovered and told him the name on the grave before dying. [103] With a greater sense of operatic violence than their American cousins, the cycle of spaghetti westerns lasted just a few short years, but before "hanging up its spurs" in the late 70s, it completely rewrote the genre. The song has long been used within popular culture. Later two partially dubbed-versions were released: an English version (where Italian and Spanish dialogues were dubbed into English) and Italian version (where English and Spanish dalogues were dubbed into Italian). [10] Its screenplay was written by Age & Scarpelli, Luciano Vincenzoni and Leone (with additional screenplay material and dialogue provided by an uncredited Sergio Donati),[11] based on a story by Vincenzoni and Leone. Wallach, and presumably the entire film crew, were not aware of the heavy iron steps that jutted one foot out of every box car. Bobby first of all is an actor, Clint first of all is a star. The main plot concerns their greed as there is a series of double crossings and changing allegiances in order to get the gold. [51], In popular culture, the American new wave group Wall of Voodoo performed a medley of Ennio Morricone's movie themes, including the theme for this movie. The distinct sound of guitarist Bruno Battisti D’Amorio can be heard on the compositions ‘The Sundown’ and ‘Padre Ramirez’. Trade Mark (1) [18], Filming began at the Cinecittà studio in Rome again in mid-May 1966, including the opening scene between Eastwood and Wallach when Blondie captures Tuco for the first time and sends him to jail. Timeline. Le mille e una notte... e un'altra ancora. But it was Leone who defined the look and attitude of the genre with his first western and the two that soon were to follow: For a Few Dollars More and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. You always get to hear about the shameful behavior of the losers, never the winners. Da Scaramouche or se vuoi l'assoluzione baciar devi sto... cordone! “The violence in our movies is more gratuitous than in American films. [74] At least one scene that was re-inserted had been cut by Leone prior to the film's release in Italy, but had been shown once at the Italian premiere. Most of the filming took place in Spain. They are all after gold and will stop at nothing until they get it. Compare. This January, put your resolutions on hold and dive into some great streaming picks. The role eventually went to Charles Bronson. Everyone draws, and Blondie shoots and kills Angel Eyes, while Tuco discovers that his own gun was unloaded by Blondie the night before. None of these scenes or sequences appear in the 2004 re-release, but are featured in the supplementary features. With Barbara Steele, Anthony Steffen, Claudio Gora, Mario Brega. For the American version, the lead acting voices were used, but supporting cast members were dubbed into English. Many critics have also noticed the film's anti-war theme. "[68] To this day, Leone's effort to reinvigorate the timeworn Western is widely acknowledged. [64], In 2002, the film was restored with the 14 minutes of scenes cut for US release re-inserted into the film. Trumpet players Michele Lacerenza and Francesco Catania can be heard on ‘The Trio’. [99][100][101], The genre expanded and became an international sensation with the success of Sergio Leone's A Fistful of Dollars, an adaptation of a Japanese Samurai movie called Yojimbo. As Tuco is about to be hanged, Blondie severs Tuco's noose by shooting it, and sets him free. A Fistful of Dollars (Per un pugno di dollari) (1964) [Chico]: Crushed by a barrell (along with a henchman) sent rolling down by Clint Eastwood. They need to clear a way to the cemetery and succeed in doing so. This was Leone’s signature technique, using long drawn shots interspersed with extreme close-ups that build tension as well as develop characters. Mario Brega was born on March 25, 1923 in Rome, Lazio, Italy as Florestano Brega. In 2004, MGM released this version in a two-disc special edition DVD. [80] This was reflected in his votes for the 2002 and 2012 Sight & Sound magazine polls, in which he voted for The Good, the Bad and the Ugly as his choice for the best film ever made. Punk rock band the Ramones played this song as the opening for their live album Loco Live as well as in concerts until their disbandment in 1996. As Tuco prepares to shoot him, he sees a runaway horse drawn hospital ambulance. [30] Leone, who was obese, was also a source of amusement for his excesses, and Eastwood found a way to deal with the stresses of being directed by him by making jokes about him and nicknamed him "Yosemite Sam" for his bad temperament. Meanwhile, Tuco is rescued from three bounty hunters by a nameless drifter to whom Tuco refers as "Blondie", who delivers him to the local sheriff to collect his $2,000 bounty. [17] Leone said that this scene was, in part, inspired by Buster Keaton's silent film The General. She meets several other young Italian men also on vacation and looking for fun and romance. '"[17] An avid history buff, Leone said, "I had read somewhere that 120,000 people died in Southern camps such as Andersonville. [74] It was re-released on Blu-ray and DVD by Kino Lorber Studio Classics on 15 August 2017, in a new 50th Anniversary release that featured both theatrical and extended cuts, as well as new bonus features, and an attempt to correct the yellow color timing from the earlier disc. [25] Filming concluded in July 1966. But a handful of westerns were made in Italy before Leone redefined the genre, and the Italians were not the first to make westerns in Europe in the sixties. Tuco places the body on the railroad tracks, waiting for the train to roll over the chain and sever it. [50] The main theme was also a hit for Hugo Montenegro, whose rendition was a No. [42] The only song to feature lyrics is ‘The Story of a Soldier’; the lyrics were written by Tommie Connor. In an interview he said, "[Sentenza] has no spirit, he's a professional in the most banal sense of the term. It galloped for about a mile with Wallach still mounted and his hands bound behind his back. According to Richard Schickel,[73] Leone willingly cut the scene for pacing reasons; thus, restoring it was contrary to the director's wishes. Rather than portraying the traditional mythic West as an exotic and beautiful land of opportunity, hope, and redemption, they depicted a desolate and forsaken West. As the film took place during the Civil War, it served as a prequel for the other two films in the trilogy, which took place after the war. Mario Brega was born on March 25, 1923 in Rome, Lazio, Italy as Florestano Brega. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly placed 52nd on their list. [60], In the United States, A Fistful of Dollars was released 18 January 1967;[61] For a Few Dollars More was released 10 May 1967 (17 months);[62] and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly was released 29 December 1967 (12 months). Spaghetti westerns are westerns produced and directed by Italians, often in collaboration with other European countries, especially Spain and West Germany. American heavy metal band Metallica has run "The Ecstasy of Gold" as prelude music at their concerts since 1985 (except 1996–1998), and in 2007 recorded a version of the instrumental for a compilation tribute to Morricone. The 1998 DVD release from MGM contained 14 minutes of scenes that were cut from the film's North American release, including a scene which explains how Angel Eyes came to be waiting for Blondie and Tuco at the Union prison camp. British electronica act Bomb the Bass used the main theme as one of a number of samples on their 1988 single "Beat Dis", and used sections of dialogue from Tuco's hanging on "Throughout The Entire World", the opening track from their 1991 album Unknown Territory. This style can also be seen in one of the film's protagonists, Blondie (aka The Man with No Name), which is described by critics as more defined by his actions than his words. He, producer Alberto Grimaldi and Sergio Leone had no plans, but with their blessing, Vincenzoni pitched an idea about "a film about three rogues who are looking for some treasure at the time of the American Civil War". 10 on the black album chart. Russ Hunter writes that the film will “stress the formation of homosocial relationships as being functional only in the pursuit of wealth”. [95] Most of the films were made with low budgets, but several still managed to be innovative and artistic, although at the time they did not get much recognition, even in Europe. Richard Aquila writes “The violent antiheroes of Italian westerns also fit into a folk tradition in southern Italy that honoured mafioso and vigilante who used any means to combat corrupt government of church officials who threatened the peasants of the Mezzogiorno”.[55]. Bianco, rosso e Verdone is an 1981 Italian comedy film directed and starred by Carlo Verdone, playing three characters. If Wallach had stood up from his prone position at the wrong time, one of the jutting steps could have decapitated him. [25] This time, the production required more elaborate sets, including a town under cannon fire, an extensive prison camp and an American Civil War battlefield; and for the climax, several hundred Spanish soldiers were employed to build a cemetery with several thousand gravestones to resemble an ancient Roman circus. As they wire the bridge with explosives, Tuco suggests they share information, if one person dies before he can help the other. [43] Morricone's distinctive original compositions, containing gunfire, whistling (by John O'Neill), and yodeling permeate the film. [89] BBC created an article analysing the ‘lasting legacy’ of the film, commenting about the trio scene to be “one of the most riveting and acclaimed feature films sequences of all time". By doing so, Leone managed to stage epic sequences punctuated by extreme eyes and face shots, or hands slowly reaching for a holstered gun. He never introduces himself when he meets anyone, and nobody ever asks his name. Other bands such as the Ramones have featured the song in their albums and live shows. The sequence with Tuco and Blondie crossing the desert has been extended: Tuco mentally tortures a severely dehydrated Blondie by eating and bathing in front of him. [38] Leone also incorporated music to heighten the tension and pressure before and during the film's many gunfights. In my frame of reference, it is useless, stupid: it does not involve a 'good cause. His heavy build meant that he regularly portrayed a thug in his films, particularly earlier in his career in westerns. [24] The production then moved on to Spain's plateau region near Burgos in the north, which doubled for the southwestern United States, and again shot the western scenes in Almería in the south of Spain. There was very little morality because often the protagonist was a bad guy.” Eastwood's character is a violent and ruthless killer who murders opponents for fun and profit. 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[84] Premiere magazine included the film on their 100 Most Daring Movies Ever Made list. In the film's opening scene three bounty hunters enter a building in which Tuco is hiding. [37], In its depiction of violence, Leone used his signature long drawn and close-up style of filming, which he did by mixing extreme face shots and sweeping long shots. [86], Empire magazine added The Good, the Bad and the Ugly to their Masterpiece collection in the September 2007 issue, and in their poll of "The 500 Greatest Movies", The Good, the Bad and the Ugly was voted in at number 25. Leone cared more for visuals than dialogue (his English was limited, at best). After being betrayed by Blondie, surviving the desert on his way to civilization and assembling a good revolver from the parts of worn-out guns being sold at a general store, Tuco meets with members of his gang in a distant cave, where he conspires with them to hunt and kill Blondie. The two men struck an agreement with UA for a million-dollar budget, with the studio advancing $500,000 up front and 50% of the box office takings outside of Italy. If it goes on this way, in the next one I will be starring with the American cavalry. See full bio » Unlike earlier cowboy heroes, Eastwood's character constantly smokes a small cigar and hardly ever shaves. [91], Quentin Tarantino paid homage to the film's climactic standoff scene in his 1992 film Reservoir Dogs. The score is composed by frequent Leone collaborator Ennio Morricone. After the bridge is demolished, the armies disperse, and Tuco steals a horse and rides to Sad Hill to claim the gold for himself. Clint: the life and legend. A song from the band Gorillaz is named "Clint Eastwood", and features references to the actor, along with a repeated sample of the theme song; the iconic yell featured in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly's score is heard at the beginning of the music video. [92] In his introduction to the 2003 revised edition of his novel The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger, Stephen King said the film was a primary influence for the Dark Tower series, with Eastwood's character inspiring the creation of King's protagonist, Roland Deschain. [26] Eastwood remembers, "They would care if you were doing a story about Spaniards and about Spain. [11][64], On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly holds an approval rating of 97% based on 74 reviews, with an average rating of 8.79/10. [53], Like many of his films, director Sergio Leone noted that the film is a satire of the western genre. [88] In 2014, Time Out polled several film critics, directors, actors and stunt actors to list their top action films. Blondie states that he lied about the name on Stanton's grave, and offers to write the real name of the grave on a rock. All. "[65] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the film a score of 90 out of 100 based on 7 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim. [69][78] The Good, the Bad and the Ugly has been described as European cinema's best representation of the Western genre film,[79] and Quentin Tarantino has called it "the best-directed film of all time" and "the greatest achievement in the history of cinema". This page was last edited on 5 January 2021, at 05:03. Tra gli altri interpreti ricordiamo Miou-Miou, Robert Charlebois, Patrick McGoohan, Klaus Kinski, Jean Martin, Piero Vida, Rick Battaglia, Mario Brega. [11], In filming the pivotal gunfights, Leone largely removes dialogue to focus more on the actions of the characters, which was important during the film's iconic Mexican standoff. These films featured knifings, beatings, shootouts, or other violent action every five to ten minutes. Also included were the two other "Dollars" films, and Duck, You Sucker!. A different instrument was used for each: flute for Blondie, ocarina for Angel Eyes, and human voices for Tuco. [49] Within popular culture, the song has been utilized by such artists as Metallica, who have used the song to open up their live shows and have even covered the song. I do like William Berger in his role as the preacher bounty hunter and how can you go wrong with Mario Brega and Nicoletta Machiavelli. The film follows Nicole Molino, a French teenager on vacation at the Italian resort island of Ischia. The song features the vocals of Edda Dell'Orso,[48] an Italian female vocalist. The films’ gratuitous violence, surrealistic style, gloomy look, and eerie sound captured the era's melancholy. The latter studio also released the two-cassette version in 1997 as part of the Screen Epics collection in addition to the single VHS version in 1999 as part of the Western Legends lineup. "[70] Charles Champlin of the Los Angeles Times wrote that the "temptation is hereby proved irresistible to call The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, now playing citywide, The Bad, The Dull, and the Interminable, only because it is. It is an Italian-led production with co-producers in Spain, West Germany and the United States. At the same time, Grimaldi was trying to broker his own deal, but Vincenzoni's idea was more lucrative. The two escape on horseback and split the bounty in a lucrative money-making scheme. It is listed in Time's "100 Greatest Movies of the Last Century" as selected by critics Richard Corliss and Richard Schickel. He wears a flat-topped hat and Mexican poncho instead of more traditional western costuming. He died on July 23, 1994 in Rome. [32] The result is noticeable in the bad synchronization of voices to lip movements on screen; none of the dialogue is completely in sync because Leone rarely shot his scenes with synchronized sound. Tuco keeps Blondie alive by giving water and takes him to a nearby frontier mission, where his brother is the Abbot, to recover. "[17] The Batterville Camp where Blondie and Tuco are imprisoned was based on steel engravings of Andersonville. [69], Critical opinion of the film on initial release was mixed, as many reviewers at that time looked down on "spaghetti westerns". They only wrote the first part. Film Deaths Deaths [edit | edit source]. [34], By the end of filming, Eastwood had finally had enough of Leone's perfectionist directorial traits. On 12 May 2009, the extended version of the film was released on Blu-ray. Angel Eyes accepts the new commission, and kills Stevens and Baker, fulfilling their contracts. The pair kill Angel Eyes's men, but discover that Angel Eyes himself has escaped. Fifteen years later, he embarks on his revenge. I was not ignorant of the fact that there were camps in the North. [11], As an international cast was employed, actors performed in their native languages. Timeline. [102], These films were undeniably stylish. was an Italian actor.Brega was born in Rome. At the end of the 19th century, in a little Italian village by a lake an old statue is recovered. [30] After the film was completed, Eastwood never worked with Leone again, later turning down the role of Harmonica in Once Upon a Time in the West (1968), for which Leone had personally flown to Los Angeles to give him the script. Instead of scoring the film in the post-production stage, they decided to work on the themes together before shooting had started, this was so that the music helped inspire the film instead of the film inspiring the music. A Dangerous Toy --Giuliano Montaldo. Swiss label Explosive Media (www.explosive-media.com) has just released two classic Italian spaghetti westerns on Blu-ray from brand new HD transfers: Giulio Petroni's Death Rides a Horse (1967), starring Lee Van Cleef, John Phillip Law, and Mario Brega and Gianfranco Parolini's Sabata (1969), starring Lee Van Cleef, William Berger and Ignazio Spalla. Once there, after witnessing the wretched conditions of the survivors, he bribes a Confederate soldier (. Elsewhere, a mercenary known as "Angel Eyes" interrogates former Confederate soldier Stevens, whom Angel Eyes is contracted to kill, about Jackson, a fugitive who stole a cache of Confederate gold. [23], The film's working title was I due magnifici straccioni (The Two Magnificent Tramps). When the five men come out, Blondie counts them (including Angel Eyes), and concludes that six is the perfect number, implying one for each bullet in his.

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