Lee van Cleef, Colorado, Sergio Sollima, 1966
© Atom Helix
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)
as requested by @feels-and-things, a stereotypical windows movie maker knifegun shipvid to this song (or at least that’s how it starts, i got ambitious)
Ahhhhhhh, I wish stuff would stop coming out. I don’t want to buy things anymore, but I think I’m gonna need this one.
LA RESA DEI CONTI (1966)
Produzioni Europee Associati, Italy/Spain, 110 min.
When you are about to kill a man, what do you look at? I’ve asked this question of other men, and do you know what they always say? They look at his hands. I don’t. I look at his eyes because a moment before he moves his hand, his eyes betray him. And you can always read death in them: yours or his.
the big gundown, 1966 dir. sergio sollima