A page dedicated to the composer , who composed the music for the Terence Hill movie 1961. Hill has stated in interviews that 1973 , in which he co-starred with , is his personal favorite of all his films. The highlight for me is definitely the scene where Bud Spencer is doing choir practice and Terence is trying to warn him that a hitman is in the building. We received lots of offers for new projects, and the best had still to come. Terence Hill and Bud Spencer, our European action-oriented version of Laurel and Hardy! A site dedicated to Bud Spencer and Terence Hill movies.
I figured we'd never see anymore. It's not obvious, but I was hitting them with a cue stick in this level! Pictures and some information about their movies. Ross was killed in a car accident in Stockbridge, Massachusetts in the winter of 1990, while Terence was preparing to film 1991 on the Bonanza Creek Ranch near Santa Fe, New Mexico. Pretty funny considering that our paths had crossed so many times in Italy until that day. My Personal Pages do also contain a Links Page.
I congratulate you first for having the courage to make a beat'em up game, genre from the golden age which is considered dead nowadays. The Directors of the Movies A page totally dedicated to the director and his work. Bud and I have always felt the same about our encounter under fortunate circumstances: It was truly a blessing for both of us! This was one of those unbelievable lucky moments. Spencer and Hill were extremely nice. A homepage from an English fan of Bud Spencer and Terence Hill. An Bud Spencer page - also with pictures. I'm reminded of the dullness of Boot Hill, but this one was supposed to be a comedy.
Because of the duo's huge popularity, many producers wanted to exploit their likeness with visually similar duos. We had a great time, everything was just right and the story would not be complete without mentioning our great team of stuntmen guided by a fantastic stunt coordinator, Giorgio Ubaldi. This site has a subsection completely devoted to the Don Matteo series. In the Italian versions of his films, his voice was provided by a variety of actors until the late 1960s, where he was primarily dubbed by ; from 1970 to 1983, Hill was voiced by , and by from 1983 to 1996. Spencer wrote the complete or partial screenplay for some of his movies. Information and pictures about the movie Renegade with Terence Hill by Jeroen Slot.
Some have longer Italian versions that were edited for their release abroad. I love the setting for this, one, most of which takes place somewhere in Spain or Italy outside a fairground. In the Italian versions of his films, Spencer was generally dubbed by actor due to his thick Naples accent, although he was voiced by in , To the Limit 1997 and the series 1991—93. Of these, the most famous are Lo chiamavano Trinità , 1970 and Il mio nome è Nessuno , 1973 , co-starring. Well, the race just started! You gave me back a tiny bit of my childhood back.
I continued the already well going career as an actor and had the opportunity to play roles in great movies with famous actors. Pans, beers, cue sticks, etc. This game actually makes me realize how such atmosphere is badly missing nowadays. Instead they mainly used guns to capture crooks and the odd fight scene that there was, were pretty standard fare and over quickly. Pictures, sounds and other information: you'll find it here.
In English, Italian and German. Of course there are more subjects. Overall, Hill and Spencer worked together on over 20 films, including named using their most common U. From the basic but satisfying slapping sounds to the realistic crowd at the car race, everything sounds good! I guess it's not surprising that they needed to do that, otherwise his character, Cat would just not have the same menacing aura to him. What intrigues me here is the voice dubbing. We had a large group of us sitting on the floor in the lounge viewing it and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Più forte ragazzi English: All the way boys English: All the way Trinity English: Plane crazy German: Zwei Himmelhunde auf dem Weg zur Hölle Hungarian: Mindent bele! That was also my case.
For all other purposes the permission of the author is required. Films of Mario Girotti and Carlo Pedersoli, better known as Terence Hill and Bud Spencer. In 1960, after the Summer Olympic games, Pedersoli married Maria Amato, daughter of Italian film producer. A new one released at the video store was an exciting find. Most of the scenes of the game are taken from Bud Spencer and Terence Hill greatest 70's and 80's movies, not necessarily in order of release though. Expect honest over-the-top action, family fun, comedy adventure, treasure, car chases, good guys vs bad guys, thugs, mafia, crime lords and fistfights galore.
From the basic but satisfying slapping sounds to the realistic crowd at the car race, everything sounds great!! Their Western, action and comedy films were successful not only in Italy, but also abroad. Movies, Sounds, Biography and much more. We all felt we had achieved something great with the generous contribution of everybody. Just push the scrolling matching buttons on time and you'll be good. Our shootings were done in separate days.