History Trivia / TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly

24th Jun '17 3:30:34 PM StFan
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* FatalMethodActing: Almost happened a few times during the production. In the scene where the bridge is detonated, you can see a massive chunk of debris flying past Creator/ClintEastwood and ''just barely'' missing his head.

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* FatalMethodActing: FatalMethodActing:
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Almost happened a few times during the production. In the scene where the bridge is detonated, you can see a massive chunk of debris flying past Creator/ClintEastwood and ''just barely'' missing his head.



* NoOSHACompliance: {{Truth in Television}}, since Creator/EliWallach, whose staggering tenacity was mentioned previously on this page, describes being almost decapitated during the filming of one of the train scenes on the DVD.

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* NoOSHACompliance: {{Truth in Television}}, NoOSHACompliance:
** TruthInTelevision,
since Creator/EliWallach, whose staggering tenacity was mentioned previously on this page, describes being almost decapitated during the filming of one of the train scenes on the DVD.
18th May '17 3:05:53 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* FatalMethodActing: Almost happened a few times during the production. In the scene where the bridge is detonated, you can see a massive chunk of debris flying past Creator/ClintEastwood (or possibly a stunt double) and ''just barely'' missing his head.

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* FatalMethodActing: Almost happened a few times during the production. In the scene where the bridge is detonated, you can see a massive chunk of debris flying past Creator/ClintEastwood (or possibly a stunt double) and ''just barely'' missing his head.
18th May '17 2:27:23 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* FatalMethodActing: Almost happened a few times during the production. In the scene where the bridge is detonated, you can see a massive chunk of debris flying past Creator/ClintEastwood and ''just barely'' missing his head.

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* FatalMethodActing: Almost happened a few times during the production. In the scene where the bridge is detonated, you can see a massive chunk of debris flying past Creator/ClintEastwood (or possibly a stunt double) and ''just barely'' missing his head.
24th Jan '17 3:29:55 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* CrosscastRole: A posthumous example with Arch Stanton, whose bones were that of a Spanish actress who wanted her skeleton to be used for movies, so she could continue acting after her death. This has led some to speculate that maybe Arch Stanton was [[SweetPollyOliver a woman]].

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* CrosscastRole: A posthumous example with Arch Stanton, whose bones were that of a Spanish actress who wanted her skeleton to be used for movies, so she could continue acting after her death. This has led some to speculate that maybe Arch Stanton death.
* DuelingDubs: Germany had three dubs for the movie. The first
was [[SweetPollyOliver a woman]].cinematic version, the second a Pro 7 version with the new scenes, and the third was a DVD version with the new scenes.



* FakeNationality: Eli Wallach, a Polish-American Jew, plays the Mexican Tuco. Wallach also portrayed a Mexican in his second most memorable role, as the bandit Calvera in ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven.'' Also Spanish Antonio Casas and Italians Livio Lorenzon and Antonio Casale as Americans Stevens, Baker and Jackson, and Italians Aldo Giuffre and Mario Brega as Americans Captain Clinton and Corporal Wallace.

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* FakeNationality: Eli Wallach, a Polish-American Jew, plays the Mexican Tuco. Wallach also portrayed a Mexican in his second most memorable role, as the bandit Calvera in ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven.'' ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven'', and another Mexican, Tuco {{Expy}} Max Lozoya, in ''DontTurnTheOtherCheek''. Also Spanish Antonio Casas and Italians Livio Lorenzon and Antonio Casale as Americans Stevens, Baker and Jackson, and Italians Aldo Giuffre and Mario Brega as Americans Captain Clinton and Corporal Wallace.
23rd Jan '17 1:40:05 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* NaiveNewcomer: Eli was new to the Spaghetti Western genre, and wasn't quite prepared for the world of pain he was in for.

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* NaiveNewcomer: Eli was new to the Spaghetti Western genre, and wasn't quite prepared for the world of pain he was in for. He told Clint Eastwood that he could handle himself, since he'd done Westerns before, leading Eastwood to reply that this wasn't like anything he'd done previously.
23rd Jan '17 1:38:14 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* CrosscastRole: A posthumous example with Arch Stanton, whose bones were that of a Spanish actress who, before her death, donated her own body to the film and television industry so she could continue acting even after the end of her life. This has led some to speculate that maybe Arch Stanton was [[SweetPollyOliver a woman]].

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* CrosscastRole: A posthumous example with Arch Stanton, whose bones were that of a Spanish actress who, before who wanted her death, donated her own body skeleton to the film and television industry be used for movies, so she could continue acting even after the end of her life.death. This has led some to speculate that maybe Arch Stanton was [[SweetPollyOliver a woman]].
23rd Jan '17 1:33:15 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* CrosscastRole: A posthumous example with Arch Stanton, whose bones were that of a Spanish actress who, before her death, donated her own body to the film and television industry so she could continue acting even after the end of her life. This has led some to speculate that maybe Arch Stanton was [[SweetPollyOliver a woman]].
9th Jan '17 11:01:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* This isn't the last time Creator/ClintEastwood would [[KellysHeroes go treasure hunting while there's a war going on around him.]]

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* This isn't the last time Creator/ClintEastwood would [[KellysHeroes [[Film/KellysHeroes go treasure hunting while there's a war going on around him.]]
7th Jan '17 6:55:23 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* ActorInspiredElement: Eli Wallach had as many ideas for Tuco that went into the film as Leone did. He decided that the character should have a [[GoldTooth silver tooth]], and wear a belt and suspenders, inspired by Leone wearing the same thing.

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* ActorInspiredElement: Eli Wallach had as many ideas for Tuco that went into the film as Leone did. He decided that the character should have a [[GoldTooth silver tooth]], and wear a belt and suspenders, inspired by Leone wearing the same thing. He also improvised most of the scene in the gun shop, and it was his idea for Tuco to growl at a little old lady as he was being hanged.



* MissingEpisode: Lost scenes include Tuco continuing his search for Blondie in a Texican pueblo while Blondie is in a hotel room with a Mexican woman (Silvana Bacci) and Tuco lighting cannons before the Ecstasy of Gold sequence.

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* MissingEpisode: Lost scenes include Tuco continuing his search for Blondie in a Texican pueblo while Blondie is in a hotel room with a Mexican woman (Silvana Bacci) Bacci), almost dozing off in the desert while dragging Blondie along with him, and Tuco lighting cannons before the Ecstasy of Gold sequence.



** When Tuco is being hanged as a scam, he growls at a little old lady. This was Eli's idea. Leone liked it and told him to do it again so he could be filmed properly.



** Also, Tuco shoving the "Open/Closed" sign in the gun shop owner's mouth was Eli's idea.

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** Also, Tuco shoving the "Open/Closed" sign in the gun shop owner's mouth was also Eli's idea.
13th Dec '16 1:34:18 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* BetweenMyLegs: There is production still of Tuco from between Blondie's legs, one leg resting on a rock.
* BillingDisplacement: Although Creator/ClintEastwood has top billing, Eli Wallach has the most screen-time.

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* BetweenMyLegs: There is production still of ActorInspiredElement: Eli Wallach had as many ideas for Tuco from between Blondie's legs, one leg resting on that went into the film as Leone did. He decided that the character should have a rock.
[[GoldTooth silver tooth]], and wear a belt and suspenders, inspired by Leone wearing the same thing.
* BillingDisplacement: Although Creator/ClintEastwood has top billing, Eli Wallach has is the most screen-time.star of the film.



* MeanCharacterNiceActor: All three of the stars. On camera, Blondie is cold, distant, intimidating and trusts no one; Angel Eyes is just a complete remorseless psycho; and Tuco is a scheming rascal who would [[FauxAffablyEvil only sweet-talk anyone if it serves his benefit]]. Off camera, Creator/ClintEastwood is a generous person who helped Eli Wallach to survive the perils of a Spaghetti Western, Creator/LeeVanCleef was an utter gentleman who refused to hit Rada Rassimov properly when she asked for it, and Eli was a genuinely warm, personable and friendly man who hated guns and had no use for them.

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* MeanCharacterNiceActor: All three of the stars. On camera, Blondie is cold, distant, intimidating and trusts no one; Angel Eyes is just a complete remorseless psycho; and Tuco is a scheming scheming, ruthlessly vindictive rascal who would [[FauxAffablyEvil only sweet-talk anyone if it serves his benefit]]. Off camera, Creator/ClintEastwood is a generous person who helped Eli Wallach to survive the perils of a Spaghetti Western, Creator/LeeVanCleef was an utter gentleman who refused to hit Rada Rassimov properly when she asked for it, and Eli Wallach was a genuinely warm, personable and friendly man an all-round NiceGuy who hated guns and had no use for them.
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