West and Soda

Synopsis: A greedy villain tries to coerce a woman into marrying him so he can take over her land, when a stranger rides into town intent on taking down the bad guys.
 
IMDB:
7.5
Year:
1965
86 min
15 Views

What's that... whisky! We might as

well try it! GOD!!! God...

cubes! They reopened the hunting

season on stage coaches...

pull up your pants you sloba

and follow me.

It's time to keep our regular appointment

with darling Clementine.

My milk improves enormously with

Chaicosky's sex walzy music.

With my crop of cream will be the cream of

the crop as long as we don't have to put up

up with any more of that dreadfull rock and

roll, it just brings out the butter in me.

This music puts me to sleep, gives me

something with a hot rhythm,

something with a afrocuban beat,

something to make my troops...

How uddly-cuddly!!!

Ci, ci, ci, ci, ciici...

Socrate don't scare the chicky

and don't drink so much

you're getting to be a regular

brooze-hound.

Here comes Clementine...

it's that time a day. Milking time girls!

Clementine is such a good girl she

deserves the very best we can give.

Go ahead, I'll stay here ask for

her land and her hand,

if she refuses scare her and I'll gallop

to the rescue, she'll find me insistable...

- You must be in love! Ich ich ich...

- Aaaahh

Shut up, do what I say,

I'm the big boss.

When I was only a calf, I saw a rodeo once

and they had a marvelous way

of catching a bull;

twirled a rope and zum...

he has the bull by the horns.

You girls, if you ask me that's no way

to pick a husband they say

they not pick up bulls that way

they throw them down.

I wonder if Clementine

can catch a man that way!

But she's trying to scare the man away!

No, just bad men, that's not

a scare crow she is making...

that's a scare bandit. Frankly I'm worried

about Clementine if any of this group

wants her land but claimes after hand.

Well, he is ugly.

But being a man makes...!

Look girls! Here comes the assistants is...

Don't just stand there Dolly,

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Bruno Bozzetto

Bruno Bozzetto (born 3 March 1938 in Milan, Italy) is an Italian cartoon animator, creator of many short pieces, mainly of a political or satirical nature. He created his first animated short "Tapum! the weapons' story" in 1958 at the age of 20. His most famous character, a hapless little man named "Signor Rossi" (Mr. Rossi), has been featured in many animated shorts as well as starring in three feature films: Mr. Rossi Looks for Happiness (1976), Mr. Rossi's Dreams (1977), and Mr. Rossi's Vacation (1977). In 1965, Bozzetto produced his first feature-length animated film: West and Soda, a parody of American Western films. In 1968, Bozzetto released VIP my Brother Superman, a superhero spin-off. However, his best-known work is probably the 1976 feature film Allegro Non Troppo, a collection of short pieces set to classical music in the manner of Walt Disney's Fantasia, but more humorous in nature, economical in execution and with more sophisticated narrative themes. After a long break, Bozzetto produced a live-action film in 1987, Under the Chinese Restaurant, his last feature film work until assisting on the pilot for Mammuk (2002), an animated film set in prehistoric times (now being produced by Rai Cinema and The Animation Band). 1990 saw the release of Grasshoppers (Cavallette), which was an Academy Award nominee for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. In 1995, he produced an animated short for Hanna-Barbera/Cartoon Network Studios' What a Cartoon! series entitled Help? and in 1996, in cooperation with RAI and with the support of Cartoon (Media Programme of the European Union), he created The Spaghetti Family a 26-episode cartoon television series. In recent years, Bozzetto has turned the animation from traditional cel to flash cartoons, most notably with the award-winning Europe and Italy, a witty and graphically elegant commentary on European vs. Italian sociocultural attributes. This comic also inspired the creation of the Polandball meme. more…

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