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.
 
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Year:
1965
86 min
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I've been not in a cot cat and damned

have they being looked scared...

ehi you moviesh girl are all come along

or you're nervous, are you?

I'll kill the first move living guy who talks.

- Ah! Gear, me too! Ah ah.

Gosh see something, oh...

we are just kidding fellows good boy,

have a good time and don't mind us...

Buh!

- Worms

- worms

Ehi you whisky! Give a couple of

others so we can drink

at the only guy who's better

than we are the big boss.

Yes, the big boss, too pity it's pink.

- Get your hats off!

- Worms

- Cheers

- Cheers

- Cheers

- Worms

Go down coward, which you...

finally fool.

Chicken soft music to the ears:

The voice and his world.

She is a pure real sunlighter in this

miserable place of eat and drink.

See how she struggles for her bread...

You are cute abelard... so masculine,

you bring up strange emotions in me.

- Ich! Ich! Ich!

- You bring up the poetry in me...

all I ask is a little kiss...

Someday you may over my heart but not too

fast or you humh mhm... may think I'm a fast.

Well who would know it... is a poet ehi

now I get it I guess I'm really with it

come Esmeralda don't be meak

plant a slurp on my cheek...

- Go, change yourself, fatty...

- Urgh!

Ich! Ich! Ich!

Well, I'm sure you, a big and strong man

want to talk about whatever

it is that big strong men usually talk about

and I know is nothing that will be fit

for my delicate ears. I'll be back later boys...

you creeps and if you think there's any of...

...be sure to give him my best.

Ehi... pianoplayer, silence ain't golden,

is dangerous,

I feel like hearing something real gay and

happy to match may gay and happy mood

- I want to hear lively tunes

- Healthy...

to go with a laughter and the

joiy of this joint, get it?

Mh... mhh... Come on, get the key...

now we're listening eh, eh, eh.

But I warn you, no clinkers,

I can't stand clinkers.

I warned him I'm a very sensitive fellow,

it's just the way I am something like clinkers

get on my nervs, anyway he did it on purpose.

Buy five foots boots, small box, probably

broke, so no oak playing time not line,

pattern and frighten charges can

be sent to the nearest relatives.

Ich ich ich

Out lorsh marshall, out lorsh we want it

dead or alive and you'll be dead.

- Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh...

- Ich ich ich

Whoever you are listen to me...

you shit, fire, murder...

everybody always wants advice...

It's four o'clock, assistants police

aren't back yet.

I might as well murder a fly...

...get up and fly!

Get out of my eye and fly, "fly"...

eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh... I'm the best gun

in the west and that's no chest.

Yeah! I'm known as the velvet finger.

Bright Broth G. Lie and Murder!

Oh! It's you marshall, well,

nice of you to decide to give me

your land eh, eh, eh, eh,

I'm almost sorry that I had

your house burnt down...

what's that another pianoplayer,

oh those noughty boys

Lands more precious than gold...

I want to own it all...

y lands, is mine as far as I can see,

except forthat small farm

and that's the only fertile piece

in the whole valley

but it belongs to darling Clementine

but soon it'll be mine,

now that I'm the only decent bachelor

in these parts she can't refuse to marry me,

I'll have her, her cosy house,

and watt's more eh, eh, eh...

that rich green, good land.

Simmer down, this is a disonest man,

I give you my word!

I promise that by tomorrow

you'll have that juicy pasture!

Good, Bravo,

long live our boss!

That's enough, knock it off...

thanks, I deserve it.

Here's... to new land,

have a drink boss.

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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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