History Film / TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly

22nd Jul '17 4:53:43 AM Sirocco
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'''IronicEcho (by Blondie)''': You see, in this world, there are two kinds of people, my friend: those with loaded guns, and those who dig.

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'''IronicEcho (by Blondie)''': You see, in this world, there are two kinds of people, my friend: those with loaded guns, and those who dig. [[spoiler: You dig.]]
16th Jul '17 11:03:41 AM mlsmithca
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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.
** 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 Eye's gun, and provisions were nearby. Tuco would have no trouble getting out with the gold after Blondie has made good his escape... on Angel Eyes' Arabian horse.
** IronButtMonkey: He 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.
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him. 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 Eye's gun, and provisions were nearby. Tuco would have no trouble getting out with the gold after Blondie has made good his escape... on Angel Eyes' Arabian horse.
** IronButtMonkey:
horse. [[IronButtMonkey He also survives things that no man should.]]



* CannonFodder: Invoked by the unnamed Union Captain that see his men dying for a pointless bridge.
->''"Whoever has the most liquor to get the soldiers drunk and send them to be slaughtered... he's the winner."''

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* CannonFodder: Invoked by the unnamed Union Captain that see sees his men dying for a pointless bridge.
->''"Whoever -->"Whoever has the most liquor to get the soldiers drunk and send them to be slaughtered... he's the winner."''"
15th Jul '17 1:58:31 PM babil
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* CannonFodder: Invoked by the unnamed Union Captain that see his men dying for a pointless bridge.
->''"Whoever has the most liquor to get the soldiers drunk and send them to be slaughtered... he's the winner."''
20th Jun '17 1:45:04 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: On the 1998 MGM laserdisc, Angel Eyes is referred to as "Setenza", which is one letter shy of his original Italian name.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: On the chapter list for the 1998 MGM laserdisc, Angel Eyes is consistently referred to as "Setenza", which is one letter shy of his original Italian name.
20th Jun '17 1:44:43 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: On the 1998 MGM laserdisc, Angel Eyes is referred to as "Setenza", which is one letter shy of his original Italian name.
7th Jun '17 7:35:48 AM RaiderDuck
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* RevolversAreJustBetter: Tuco enters a general store and is unimpressed by the storekeep's selection of revolvers. He breaks the guns down and assembles a new gun from the parts that meet his high expectations. In reality, this would have been fairly improbable. Gun parts at the time were rarely interchangeable even between guns of the same model.
20th May '17 3:48:49 PM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* AcmeProducts: The gun shop sells Acme Extra Black Powder.
25th Apr '17 5:34:07 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* {{Brownface}}: Naturally dark-skinned Jewish-American Eli Wallach playing a Mexican bandit for the 2nd of four times.

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* {{Brownface}}: Naturally dark-skinned Jewish-American Eli Wallach playing a Mexican bandit for the 2nd second of four times.times. Type 2 example: Wallach was already dark skinned, so he didn't need any makeup, only the white clothes in the first half of the film.
24th Apr '17 1:29:15 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* EpicMovie: A sprawling saga of the Civil War on a vast environmental scale.
24th Apr '17 1:27:58 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* {{Brownface}}: The Jewish-American Eli Wallach plays a Mexican bandit. [[Film/TheMagnificentSeven Again]].

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* {{Brownface}}: The Naturally dark-skinned Jewish-American Eli Wallach plays playing a Mexican bandit. [[Film/TheMagnificentSeven Again]].bandit for the 2nd of four times.
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