spaghetti western

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spaghetti western

A usually low-budget cowboy film set in the American West but filmed in a European country, especially Italy. A: "What kind of movie do you want to watch tonight?" B: "How about a spaghetti western?"
See also: western
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is full of energy with foot stompers such as Secret Tells A Lie and Stray Cat sitting alongside radio-friendly hits such as Oh My God and I Don't Know, while That Old Song would feel at home on the soundtrack to a spaghetti western.
A spaghetti Western that takes place during that time.
In this sense, trying my hand at the Western, I could only ever have made a Spaghetti Western.
Most upfront is The Stupidest Things, which boasts the insistent rhythm that the Mutton Birds did so well, while softy shuffling Born In The Sea seemingly inhabits a spaghetti western landscape.
Pink Floyd's Roger Waters sings "Lost Boys Calling" from "The Legend of 1900" like it's on loan from "Dark Side of the Moon," and Quincy Jones with Herbie Hancock add some funky fusion to a spaghetti Western sauce.
Watching a Spaghetti western can be dubbed--excuse the pun--a psychedelic journey embarked on by a cowboy wearing electric spurs.
To help educate customers and prospects by giving them the facts they need, Sprint (NYSE:S) is launching a new advertising campaign that includes a humorous ad created by Publicis & Hal Riney that uses actual footage from a spaghetti western film and that outlines the differences in Sprint's mobile broadband network when directly compared to Cingular's EDGE network.
As for the name, no, it wasn't inspired by a spaghetti Western movie.
The dusty locations are atmospheric and, although the Chinese actors give it a Spaghetti Western quality, this is a good old yarn, crisply presented.