A Fistful of Dollars

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When I was a child, I knew that if my father was to blindly watch a film, his default go-to option of the genre was always the Spaghetti Western. He always said they are the easiest not to take seriously, and the easiest to forget. Because I was a child back then, I did not understand. I watched anime works by World Masterpiece Theatre and occasionally, Walt Disney cartoons. I did not want to forget those and I want (even now) to take them seriously. But now, it is very difficult to find a film that does not penetrate deep into one's life. It becomes harder to staunchly believe that whatever you see on TV or theater is factually inaccurate. They seem devilishly plausible.


Continuity mistake: After the Baxter/Rojo dinner, the background changes from nightime to daytime at the cemetery, then back to nightime again when Clint kidnaps Mirasol.

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Joe: When a man with .45 meets a man with a rifle, you said, the man with a pistol's a dead man. Let's see if that's true. Go ahead, load up and shoot.

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Question: When they both finally grab their guns and load up and Joe spins the revolver, how's he so sure it's going to load that one live round?

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