Best western movie audio problems of all time
Audio problem: In the last shot of the shoot-out scene at the station, we see Harmonica's carrier bag in the extreme foreground, and windmill in the extreme background. The windmill has stopped, but you still hear the wind blowing, and a few seconds before you have heard the squeaking pump.
Audio problem: In the scene where Jack Bondurant is loading jars into the back of the truck, Floyd Banner is driven into town and screeches to a halt nearby. Although the tyres screech which is characteristic of tyres stopping suddenly/losing traction on Tarmac or cement, the car is on a loose dirt road.
Audio problem: The original audio track for the saloon scene towards the end was accidentally lost during filming. Because the film was largely ad-libbed, not all of the lines could be recalled when the scene was dubbed in post production. As a result, lip movement is matched rather poorly to the audio.
Audio problem: Right at the beginning, a man is using a horse to plough a field, and behind him is a little girl, who finds an old doll that has been churned up by the plough. The little girl says,"Grandpa, look what I found." Grandpa and the horse stop working, but then he says, "Whoa, Nellie," to the horse, which has already been stopped for a while.
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