The Good, The Bad And The Ugly [1966, Dir: Sergio Leone] [Repeat Viewing]
“When you have to shoot… shoot. Don’t talk.”
IMDB: 8.9 Rotten Tomatoes: 97% Personal Rating: 9/10
For A Few Dollars More [1965, Dir: Sergio Leone] [Repeat Viewing]
“When two hunters go after the same prey, they usually end up shooting each other in the back… and we don’t want to shoot each other in the back.”
IMDB: 8.3 Rotten Tomatoes: 94% Personal Rating: 8.5/10
As CLINT EASTWOOD
is about to release his 39th movie as Director, The 15:17 To Paris, I wanted to highlight some of his movies, both as Director and Actor, thru the angle of one of my favorite movie poster format, i.e. the italian FOTOBUSTA in this 10 part Blog.
Wrongly translated as the Italian lobby card, the fotobusta is a colorful movie poster printed on glossy paper and part of a larger set comprising of between 4 to 16 posters, each with unique images and vivid colors, sometimes augmented by a double fotobusta called soggettone (or 1 Foglio/1F). The complete sets are now extremely hard to find and make it a joy when doing when finding them.
We start with the last two movies of The Man With No Name trilogy directed by Sergio Leone
Director: Sergio Leone
Above are two complete fotobusta movie posters set of 4 posters each printed for the 1969 rerelease of the 2 movies. They are augmented by the two soggettone (1F) posters. Click on each poster image for details
The posters above courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY
‘‘A Fistful of Dollars’‘, 1964 Clint Eastwood –
Italian (Spaghetti) Western