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leahcultice: “ Ana Beatriz Barros by Jason Lee Parry for Malibu Magazine September 2014 ”

leahcultice: “ Ana Beatriz Barros by Jason Lee Parry for Malibu Magazine September 2014 ”

A shot by Sergio Leone, from A Fistful of Dollars.  Black skinny jeans and stirrup boots.

A shot by Sergio Leone, from A Fistful of Dollars. Black skinny jeans and stirrup boots.

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Happy Feet, North by Northwest, Gladiator, 7 Brides for 7 Brothers, Fistful of Dollars, Sting, Queen, All about Eve, Taxi Driver, Jamaica Inn, Ghost, 42nd Street, Piano, Fiddler on the Roof, Breakfast at Tiffanys, Dambusters, School of Rock, Toy Story, Gladiator, American Graffitti, Edward ScissorHands, Last Picture show, Star Wars, Birds, Black Dahlia, Blazing Saddles, Mean Streets, Graduate, Singing in the Rain, Clockwork orange, American Pie, Top Hat, Lion King, Shakespeare in Love...

This week on The Next Reel 148: A Fistful of Dollars — Spaghetti Westerns didn't completely begin with Sergio Leone's 1964 film "A Fistful of Dollars," but his film certainly set a new bar — and created an international audience — for these films. This film revitalized a genre that had been slowly dying by getting rid of the black hat/white hat type of story that instead focused on characters who had a lot more gray in them.

This week on The Next Reel 148: A Fistful of Dollars — Spaghetti Westerns didn't completely begin with Sergio Leone's 1964 film "A Fistful of Dollars," but his film certainly set a new bar — and created an international audience — for these films. This film revitalized a genre that had been slowly dying by getting rid of the black hat/white hat type of story that instead focused on characters who had a lot more gray in them.

Clint Eastwood - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Sergio Leone, 1966)

Clint Eastwood - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Sergio Leone, 1966)

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