Category: ch: tuco

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sgt-dignam:

sgt-dignam:

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY (1966) dir. Sergio Leone

billyfowler:

billyfowler:

Finished up these commissions of #thegoodthebadandtheugly

pettymotives: Trying to get back in shape for …

pettymotives:

Trying to get back in shape for drawing Tuco!

ogg-steven:

ogg-steven:

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (1966), dir. Sergio Leone

doyouevenfilm:

doyouevenfilm:

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly (1966), dir. Sergio Leone

sournote2014: I applied for the BFI grant comp…

sournote2014:

I applied for the BFI grant competition and unfortunately (and unsurprisingly, knowing my luck) I wasn’t chosen. So here are the character designs I submitted in my application.

It would have been a higher budget version of my Autism Uncut film, ‘Force of Habit’.

clinteastwood-blog: -“No, he hasn’t spoken as…

clinteastwood-blog:

-“No, he hasn’t spoken as yet. But you mustn’t worry. He’s both young and strong. That’s what’s kept him going until now. He should regain his strength in a very short time.”

“Thank you, Father. You don’t know how much this boy’s life means to me!”

Blondie whump, part 2 (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly) 

(part 1)

runyons6: Tuco reuniting with his brother Pabl…

runyons6:

Tuco reuniting with his brother Pablo is one of my favorite scenes in The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. It really humanizes Tuco, and gives you a reason to love him. He’s truly the main character of the film, despite it being considered a Clint Eastwood movie.

clinteastwood-blog: Whumpy movies stills from …

clinteastwood-blog:

Whumpy movies stills from “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”