Behind-the-scenes of Sergio Leone's The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Gebundene Ausgabe – 2016
Author von Peter J. Hanley
Hardcover: 420 pages
Publisher: Il buono Publishing; Edition: 1 (2016)
Size and / or Weight: 30.6 x 27.2 x 3 cm
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This long awaited book by Peter J. Hanley is an extensive volume of information with over 40,000 words, interviews with input from cast and crew. Among those interviewed on one or more occasions were: Tonino Delli Colli (director of photography), Franco Di Giacomo (camera operator), Sergio Salvati (assistant camera operator), Eros Bacciucchi (special effects), Giovanni Corridori (assistant special effects), Ennio Morricone (music), Bruno Battisti D’Amario (guitar), Carlo Leva (assistant art director), Elisabetta Simi (wife of Carlo Simi, art dir.), Carla Leone (wife of Sergio Leone), Giancarlo Santi (assistant director), Fabrizio Gianni (assistant director), Eugenio Alabiso (editor), Luciano Vincenzoni (story/script), Eli Wallach (the Ugly), Silvana Bacci (actress in deleted scene), Chelo Alonso (actress), Ricardo Palacios (actor in deleted scene), Alberto Lardani (son of Iginio Lardani, titles), and more.
Included are over 140 behind-the-scenes stills most never before published. An extensive collection of mostly Italian, as well as Spanish, French and German lobby card and posters will be presented. Shooting locations are presented in the form of “comparison” photos and all location photos will be accompanied by 3D GPS coordinates, as well as a vivid description of the terrain and comments from Spanish locals. A discussion of deleted scenes with Ulrich Angersbach, and a comparison of the original script and the film are also included.
Link to Peter J. Hanley website: http://www.gbu-book.net/