The Good The Bad & The Ugly 1966 f1 - A Fistful of Dollars 1964 f1 - For a Few Dollars More 1965 f1 - Shane 1953 f1 - Django Unchained 2012 f1 - High Plains Drifter 1973 f2 - Hang Em High 1968 f2 - Pale Rider 1985 f2 - True Grit 1969 f2 - High Noon 1952 p2 - John Wayne - No Country for Old Men 2007 f2 - Once Upon a Time in the West 1968 f2 - The Outlaw Josey Wales 1976 f2 - The Magnificent Seven 1960 f2 - Gunfight at the OK Corral 1957 f2 - Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid 1969 f3 - How the West Was Won 1963 f3 - A Taste of Killing 1966 f3 - Sukiyaki Western Dhango 2007 f3 - 3:10 to Yuma 2007 f3 - The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 1962 f3 - The Treasure of Sierra Madre 1948 f3 - The Return of Frank James 1940 f3 - Face of a Fugitive 1959 f3 - Gore Vidal’s Billy the Kid 1989 f3 - Adios Sabata 1971 f3 - Gun the Man Down 1956 f4 - El Dorado 1966 f4 - Yellow Sky 1948 f4 - The Outrage 1964 f4 - Seven Men From Now 1956 f4 - From Noon Till Three 1976 f4 - The Spikes Gang 1974 f4 - Blazing Saddles 1974 f4 - Rio Bravo 1959 f4 - The Train Robbers 1973 f9 - Carry on Cowboy 1965 p4 - A Lawless Street 1955 f4 - The Good Guys and the Bad Guys 1969 f4 - Best of the Badmen 1951 f4 - Bad Company 1972 f4 - The Stranger Wore a Gun 1953 p4 -
Dollars Trilogy: I know nothing at all about that case of coins. The Good, The Bad & The Ugly [Il Buono, il Brutto, il Cattivo] ***** 1966 starring Clint Eastwood & Lee van Cleef & Eli Wallach & Aldo Giuffre & Al Mulock & Antonio Casas & John Bartha & Claudio Scarchillio & Sandro Scarchilli & Antonio Molion Rojo, director Sergio Leone, Stevens to Angel Eyes
When I’m paid I always see the job through. ibid. Angel Eyes to Stevens
The name Jackson is hiding under is Bill Carson. ibid. Angel Eyes
Wanted in fourteen counties of this state, the condemned is found guilty of the crimes of murder, armed robbery of citizens and state banks and post offices, the theft of sacred objects, arson in a state prison, perjury, bigamy, deserting his wife and children, selling prostitution, kidnapping, extortion, receiving stolen goods, selling stolen goods, passing counterfeit money and contrary to the laws of this state the condemned is guilty of using marked cards … ibid. sentence passed with noose round Tuco’s neck
If you work for a living, why do you kill yourself working? ibid. Tuco
Blondie, don’t die. I’m your friend. Please don’t die. Please. ibid. Tuco
You’re really lucky to have me so close when it happened. Think if you’d been on your own. Look I mean when one is ill it is good to have somebody close by, friends or relations. Do you have parents, Blondie? A mother? Not even a mother. No-one? You’re all alone, eh. Like me, Blondie. We’re all alone in the world. I have you, you have me. ibid. Tuco at Blondie’s bedside
You think you better than I am. Where we came from if one did not want to die of poverty one became a priest or a bandit. You chose your way, I chose mine. Mine was harder. ibid. Tuco to brother
You became a priest because you are too much of a coward to do what I do. ibid.
After a meal there’s nothing like a good cigar. ibid. Blondie to Tuco
When you have to shoot, shoot. Don’t talk. ibid. Tuco
Name’s don’t matter. ibid. Army captain to Tuco & Blondie
Tuco: When did you unload it?
Blondie: Last night. You see, in this world there’s two kinds of people, my friend. Those with loaded guns, and those who dig. You’re digging. ibid.
You will get rich here or you’ll be killed. A Fistful of Dollars [Per Un Pugno Di Dollan] 1964 starring Clint Eastwood & Marianne Koch & Gian Maria Volonte & Joseph Egger & Antonio Prieto & Sieghardt Rupp & Wolfgang Lukschy et al, director Sergio Leone, village man to Man With No Name
Here you can only get respect by killing other men. So nobody works any more. ibid. Inn-keeper to Man with No Name
Get three coffins ready. ibid. Man with No Name to Undertaker
The dead can be very useful sometimes. They’ve helped me out of tough spots more than once. ibid. Man with No Name to Inn-Keeper
When I’m dead I want to remain with the dead. ibid. Inn-Keeper to Man with No Name
Let’s go. The show’s over anyway. ibid. Man with No Name to Undertaker
Isn’t a sheriff supposed to be courageous, loyal and above all honest? For a Few Dollars More [Per Qualche Dollaro in Pui] 1965 starring Clint Eastwood & Lee van Cleef & Gian Maria Volonte & Klaus Kinski & Mario Brega & Luigi Pistilli & Aldo Sambrell & Benito Stefanelli & Panos Papadopulos et al, director Sergio Leone, Man With No Name
You people need a new sheriff. ibid.
Mr Mortimer, to try robbing us would be so futile that only a complete fool would attempt it. ibid. bank manager
Not many men last long in these parts. ibid. Mortimer to Man with No Name
Our partnership is dissolved. ibid. Man with No Name to Mortimer
You can call me Shane. Shane ***** 1953 starring Alan Ladd & Jean Arthur & Van Heflin & Brandon de Wilde & Jack Palance & Ben Johnson & Edgar Buchanan & Emile Meyer & Elisha Cook junior & Douglas Spencer et al, director George Stevens
Could you whip him, pa? Could you whip Shane? ibid. Joey to father
Bet you can shoot, can’t ya? ibid.
I wish they’d give me some bullets for this gun. ibid. Joey
Shane: A gun is a tool, Marian. No better or worse than any other tool. An ax, a shovel or anything. A gun is as good or as bad as the man using it. Remember that.
Marion: We’d all be better off if there wasn’t a single gun left in this valley including yours. ibid.
His name was Kane. He had a horse. Django Unchained ***** 2012 starring Jamie Foxx & Christoph Waltz & Leonardo DiCaprio & Kerry Washington & Samuel L Jackson & Don Johnson & Walton Goggins & James Remar & Dennis Christopher & James Russo et al, director Quentin Tarantino, song
Kill white folks and they pay you for it? What’s not to like? ibid. Django
And after a very cold and very profitable winter Django and Dr Schultz came down from the mountains and headed for Mississippi. ibid. caption
I am that one nigger in ten thousand. ibid. Django