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spaghetti western

a cowboy film about the American West made, esp by an Italian director, in Europe
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The Spaghetti Western Orchestra burst onto the international scene at the Montreal Jazz Festival in 2007 and has garnered critical acclaim throughout the world.
I'm going to find places that actually resemble,in one way or another, theSpanish locales they had in spaghetti Westerns - no man's land with American soldiers and French peasants and French resistance and Nazi occupiers.
FILM: My favourite films of all time include Jaws, Donnie Darko, The Sting and any of the spaghetti westerns like The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.
In the 1960s, UA also started the lucrative James Bond and Pink Panther franchises, and imported the Beatles movies and the spaghetti westerns that made Clint Eastwood a star.
Clint Eastwood, will be 75 on May 31 and has an army of fans from films such as his Spaghetti Westerns, The Outlaw Josey Wales, Dirty Harry, Every Which Way but Loose, Paint Your Wagon and The Bridges of Madison County.
The odd thing is that the reasons for making Fiats in Poland and for making spaghetti westerns in Spain are not really very different at the end of the day.
Acclaimed Indian director ``Tarsem'' filmed the commercials in Almeria in southern Spain last August, the location used for many of the famous Clint Eastwood spaghetti westerns.
Mention Spaghetti Westerns and it immediately conjures up an image of cheroot-chewing, poncho-clad Clint Eastwood as The Man With No Name.
Eastwood has played a string of memorable characters, from Rowdy Yates in Rawhide to Dirty Harry and The Man with No Name in cult spaghetti Westerns such as A Fistful of Dollars.
Let's censor every Humphrey Bogart scene in which he's lighting up a cigarette, or Clint Eastwood's Spaghetti Westerns in which his 'Man With No Name' chomps on a cheroot (and while we're at it give him a haircut and a shave).
Because of the desert setting and the readily available southern Spanish extras, a usual theme in Spaghetti Westerns was the Mexican Revolution, Mexican bandits and the border zone between Mexico and the US.
This reprint of the 1998 book details the career of actor Lee Van Cleef, who played villains in Westerns such as High Noon and in Spaghetti Westerns such as The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.