Category: non dollars trilogy westerns

When Westerns Were Un-American

When Westerns Were Un-American:

chunchomunos:

while this article strangely neglects to mention The Great Silence (no less Un-American then any film it did mention, it’s creators where inspired to make it by the deaths of Malcom X and Che Guevara after all), goes on a tangent about soviet movies that have little to do with spaghetti westerns or leftist thought, and misinterprets the relationship between Paco and Columba in The Mercenary, it’s still probably the best exploration of the trend spaghetti westerns had to have leftist themes, something that’s unfortunately frequently forgotten  

jimsgoose: Once, my husband told me of this m…

jimsgoose:

Once, my husband told me of this man. He avenges our wrongs. And the bounty killers sure do tremble when he appears. They call him “Silence.” Because wherever he goes, the silence of death follows

galileodisperatismarkergirls: Silence. http:/…

galileodisperatismarkergirls:

Silence.

http://galileodisperatismarkergirls.tumblr.com/

clinteastwood-blog:

clinteastwood-blog:

Joe Kidd is amused

panpinecone: the only star corbett has any bus…

panpinecone:

the only star corbett has any business wearing

don56: Henry Fonda in “Once Upon a Time in the…

don56:

Henry Fonda in “Once Upon a Time in the West”

“What’re we gonna do with this one, Frank?”

“Well, now that you’ve called me by name.”

Regular

the-sun-of-rome-is-set
reblogged your photo and added:

omg there are other people who ship old Western stuff?!

pls tell me Harmonica/Cheyenne fic exists

Yeah! It’s a relatively small group but misc western shipping fandom exists! I haven’t come across any Harmonica/Cheyenne fic but I am in support of it if it exists. (And I like the idea of Harmonica/Cheyenne/Jane too! And I believe that did get requested by a couple folks for Yuletide last year but I don’t think anyone took it up.)

Pasta Tarot Deck (Major Arcana)

bleak-nomads:

With input from @chunchomunos, @of-beasts-and-fire and with encouragement from @tintenfischie and @shit-lizard. Discussion welcome, a useful reference is here

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The Fool – Paco (The Mercenary)

The Magician /The Juggler – Cuchillo (The Big Gundown)

The High Priestess – The Widow (The Big Gundown). 

The Empress– Columbia (The Mercenary)

The Emperor – Ramon Rojo (A Fistful of Dollars)

The Hierophant – Sante (A Bullet for the General)

The Lovers – Ben and Cudlip (Beyond the Law)

The Charioteer – Joe (A Fistful of Dollars)

Strength – Manco (For a Few Dollars More)

The Hermit – Silence (The Great Silence)

Wheel of Fortune – Tuco (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly)

Justice – Corbett (The Big Gundown)

The Hanged Man – Chuncho (A Bullet for the General)

Death – Rip (Kill and Pray)

Temperance – Ryan (Death Rides a Horse)

The Devil – Nino (A Bullet for the General)

The Tower– El Indio (For a Few Dollars More)

The Star – Scott Mary (Day of Anger)

The Moon – Angel Eyes (The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly)

The Sun – Adelita (A Bullet for the General)

The World – Blondie (The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly)

cadwallen: Steve McQueen & Horst Buchh…

cadwallen:

Steve McQueen

& Horst Buchholz –The Magnificent Seven (1960) **

clint-eastwoods: What I said the other day, yo…

clint-eastwoods:

What I said the other day, you looking like me, that ain’t true. You ain’t ugly like me, it’s just that we both have got scars.
Unforgiven (1992) dir. Clint Eastwood