History Film / ElDorado

1st May '16 6:26:48 AM RustyBill
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1st May '16 6:25:10 AM RustyBill
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* SawedOffShotgun: What Mississippi winds up with after he is shown to be incredibly inept with a regular handgun.
2nd Mar '16 2:06:18 PM Menshevik
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'''El Dorado''' is a classic 1966 [[TheWestern Western]] movie directed by Creator/HowardHawks, written by Leigh Bracket based on the novel ''The Stars in Their Courses'' by Harry Brown, starring JohnWayne, Creator/RobertMitchum, and James Caan.

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'''El Dorado''' is a classic 1966 [[TheWestern Western]] movie directed by Creator/HowardHawks, written by Leigh Bracket Creator/LeighBrackett based on the novel ''The Stars in Their Courses'' by Harry Brown, starring JohnWayne, Creator/RobertMitchum, and James Caan.
24th Dec '15 10:47:21 AM RushLimborg
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* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: [=McLeod=] goes out giving Cole his regards, and Cole himself can't help feeling sad at having to kill him. Helps that Nelse has been a NobleDemon from the beginning.]]
24th Dec '15 10:43:11 AM RushLimborg
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: [=McLeod=] makes it a point to rebuke the {{Mook}} who helped murder Mississipi's friend. "It ''really'' shouldn't have taken four of you...."


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* NobleDemon: [=McLeod=] is this in spades. He makes no attempt to defend the henchman that took part in the murder of Mississippi's friend, and is generally shown to be quite an affable sort of guy with lines he won't cross.
21st Oct '15 11:48:25 AM Whistler
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* OhCrap: After Mississippi kills a man in his EstablishingCharacterMoment, a mook attempts to kill him, only for the gun to be shot out of said Mook's hand by Cole Thorton. Thorton then taunts the man to pick up the gun and draw. Before the mook can prove he is TooDumbToLive, MacLeod forbids him from doing so saying that he can't afford to lose another man. When the Mook complains of his boss' faith in him, MacLead correctly identifies Thorton for who he is. The Mook doesn't say anything, but the look on his face is more than enough.

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* OhCrap: After Mississippi kills a man in his EstablishingCharacterMoment, a mook attempts to kill him, only for the gun to be shot out of said Mook's hand by Cole Thorton. Thorton then taunts the man to pick up the gun and draw. Before the mook can prove he is TooDumbToLive, MacLeod [=MacLeod=] forbids him from doing so saying that he can't afford to lose another man. When the Mook complains of his boss' lack of faith in him, MacLead [=MacLead=] correctly identifies Thorton for who he is. The Mook doesn't say anything, but the look on his face is more than enough.
21st Oct '15 11:46:36 AM Whistler
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* OhCrap: After Mississippi kills a man in his EstablishingCharacterMoment, a mook attempts to kill him, only for the gun to be shot out of said Mook's hand by Cole Thorton. Thorton then taunts the man to pick up the gun and draw. Before the mook can prove he is TooDumbToLive, MacLeod forbids him from doing so saying that he can't afford to lose another man. When the Mook complains of his boss' faith in him, MacLead correctly identifies Thorton for who he is. The Mook doesn't say anything, but the look on his face is more than enough.
15th Oct '15 8:51:55 PM weirdfantasy
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* BrickJoke: About halfway through, J.P., Cole, and Mississippi follow a man into Jason's saloon. J.P., upon noticing how nervous the piano player is, shoots the piano and the man hiding behind it. Much later, J.P. comments how bad the piano player is. Bull has to remind him it's because J.P. shot the piano.
15th Oct '15 8:13:06 PM weirdfantasy
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* RecklessGunUsage: During the mid-movie hunt for some of Jason's men, J.P. is juggling his guns around and pointing them at Bull and Cole while he's arguing with them. This is directly ''after'' Cole has just loaded J.P.'s revolver. Somewhat justified in that J.P. is still coming off a miserable binge and could either be drunk or hung over, but you'd think Cole or Bull would tell him to stop it.
30th Sep '15 12:57:27 PM Morgenthaler
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Some film buffs see ''El Dorado'' as a somewhat inferior remake of ''RioBravo'', frequently blaming Arthur Hunnicutt for not being Walter Brennan, but the film is very watchable and quite enjoyable on its own.

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Some film buffs see ''El Dorado'' as a somewhat inferior remake of ''RioBravo'', ''Film/RioBravo'', frequently blaming Arthur Hunnicutt for not being Walter Brennan, but the film is very watchable and quite enjoyable on its own.
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