History Film / TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly

18th Jun '18 3:03:20 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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** Silence is valuable. The more you talk, the more danger you're in.


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* HopeSpot: Inverted. When Tuco is forced to stand on a cross with a rope around his neck, he watches helplessly as Blondie rides away into the hills. Then he sees Blondie coming back, and loading his rifle. His smile fades when he thinks Blondie is going to shoot the rope instead of him. Instead, Blondie shoots the rope, sparing Tuco's life.
10th Jun '18 11:09:42 PM Spektrowski
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** This is also the name used in the Russian translation of the movie: ''Хороший, плохой, злой''
3rd Jun '18 3:42:38 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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** Earlier, when Tuco realizes that Blondie lied to him about where the gold was buried, he gets to his feet, brandishing a shovel, ready to club him in the head with it.
-->'''Tuco''': Why, you son of a-
-->'''Blondie''': You thought I'd trust ''you''?
22nd May '18 9:11:36 AM mlsmithca
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* BewareTheSillyOnes: Tuco may be a LaughablyEvil goof, but he is every bit as dangerous as the other two. Maybe even moreso. Blondie has enough first-hand experience from his near-fatal trek through an open desert to [[spoiler:unload Tuco's gun before the MexicanStandoff so he doesn't have to face him in a gunfight.]]

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* BewareTheSillyOnes: Tuco may be a LaughablyEvil goof, but he is every bit as dangerous as the other two. Maybe even moreso.more so. Blondie has enough first-hand experience from his near-fatal trek through an open desert to [[spoiler:unload Tuco's gun before the MexicanStandoff so he doesn't have to face him in a gunfight.]]
19th May '18 3:10:11 PM Kishou
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* {{Deuteragonist}}: Tuco s the protagonist, Blondie is the deuteragonist and Angel Eyes is the tritagonist.

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* {{Deuteragonist}}: Tuco s is the protagonist, Blondie is the deuteragonist and Angel Eyes is the tritagonist.
12th May '18 3:10:11 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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* AMasterMakesTheirOwnTools: Tuco (The Ugly) built his own revolver by taking bit and pieces from a bunch of different guns in a gun store. None of that gun store's best ones was good enough for him.


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* AMasterMakesTheirOwnTools: Tuco (The Ugly) built his own revolver by taking bit and pieces from a bunch of different guns in a gun store. None of that gun store's best ones was good enough for him.
20th Apr '18 7:47:39 PM lakingsif
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* OverlyLongName: Tuco Benedicto Paci­fico Juan Maria Ramirez, "known as the Rat".

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* OverlyLongName: OverlyLongSpanishName: Tuco Benedicto Paci­fico Juan Maria Ramirez, "known as the Rat".
2nd Mar '18 5:26:05 AM MinisterOfSinister
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* ButtMonkey: Tuco. He doesn't catch a break the entire movie, and isn't successful for more than 20 onscreen minutes. Briefly, he does manage to drag Blondie around in the desert as punishment for deserting him (Blondie does win out in this case, when Bill Carson prevents Tuco from killing Blondie after telling Blondie the other half of the treasure's location). Examples of Tuco's misfortunes? He is nearly hanged for his crimes on several occasions, taken prisoner by Union soldiers (after mistaking them for Confederates), catches a hell of a beating from Corporal Wallace, is thrown off a horse from a cannon blast, survives various explosions, is attacked while taking a bath in the buff, [[spoiler:had his gun emptied by Blondie while he slept]], and at the end, [[spoiler:after nearly being hanged by Blondie for all of the treachery inflicted on him earlier, he is left with his gold, but both hands tied behind his back and no horse to get back to town.]] Then again, Tuco is a greedy and conniving bandit who probably deserves most of what happens to him, and in case you're worried about him, there's a solid chance he'll be fine. His hands were bound with thin twine which he could easily get out of in time, and Angel Eyes' gun, is nearby. He can collect supplies from the makeshift Confederate fort not far away, hydrate his skin in the river and can make it back to town by carrying just a few gold coins after he's reburied the rest.
[[IronButtMonkey He also survives things that no man should.]]

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* ButtMonkey: Tuco. He doesn't catch a break the entire movie, and isn't successful for more than 20 onscreen minutes. Briefly, he does manage to drag Blondie around in the desert as punishment for deserting him (Blondie does win out in this case, when Bill Carson prevents Tuco from killing Blondie after telling Blondie the other half of the treasure's location). Examples of Tuco's misfortunes? He is nearly hanged for his crimes on several occasions, taken prisoner by Union soldiers (after mistaking them for Confederates), catches a hell of a beating from Corporal Wallace, is thrown off a horse from a cannon blast, survives various explosions, is attacked while taking a bath in the buff, [[spoiler:had his gun emptied by Blondie while he slept]], and at the end, [[spoiler:after nearly being hanged by Blondie for all of the treachery inflicted on him earlier, he is left with his gold, but both hands tied behind his back and no horse to get back to town.]] Then again, Tuco is a greedy and conniving bandit who probably deserves most of what happens to him, and in case you're worried about him, there's a solid chance he'll be fine. His hands were bound with thin twine which he could easily get out of in time, and Angel Eyes' gun, is nearby. He can collect supplies from the makeshift Confederate fort not far away, hydrate his skin in the river and can make it back to town by carrying just a few gold coins after he's reburied the rest. \n [[IronButtMonkey He also survives things that no man should.]]
10th Feb '18 12:28:55 PM smasll_lordvoice
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* BMovie: Astoundingly, perhaps, the film is strictly speaking a B-feature by the 1960s definition of the term. It was made on a fairly thin budget and shot rather hastily, luminaries of the caliber of Creator/OrsonWelles said it would be box office poison due to dealing with the Civil War, and it wasn't terribly widely distributed at first. It went on to become one of the most important films of ''all time''.

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* BMovie: Astoundingly, perhaps, the film is strictly speaking a B-feature by the 1960s definition of the term. It was made on a fairly thin budget and shot rather hastily, luminaries of the caliber of Creator/OrsonWelles said it would be box office poison due to dealing with the Civil War, and it wasn't terribly widely distributed at first. It went on to make '''five times''' its budget back at the box office and become one of the most important films of ''all time''.
5th Feb '18 1:05:47 PM Specialist290
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* IronicNickname: Angel Eyes wears a perpetually narrow-eyed sneer. The intended meaning, "judgment in the eyes of God," fits his personality.

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* IronicNickname: Angel Eyes wears a perpetually narrow-eyed sneer. The intended meaning, "judgment in the eyes of God," fits his personality.personality -- but not his morality, making it ironic in that aspect, too.
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