The Great Silence (1968)
Uses a different setting for the same premise.
Two of the characters compete just like they do in Winchester '73. In Winchester '73 they throw coins up in the air and then shoot a hole in them. Here, they use potatos that are thrown in the air and then they shoot a hole in them.
Silence's hands are mutilated in a fashion similar to Joe's. Also, the iron glove Silence wears in the alternate "happy" ending seems to have been inspired by this film.
Corbucci was apparently inspired by this film to have horses riding though snow.
In both movies Kinski's character is bothered with a match.
Silence's hands are mutilated in a fashion similar to Django's.
The same wanted poster of Manuel Vasquez is used.
Borrows several elements (winter setting, the protagonist's C96 pistol) from The Great Silence.
In an interview, director Ruggero Deodato said that he took the more violent aspects and the fast editing from Sergio Corbucci's films as influence.
Big influence on director Koolhoven for which he thanked Corbucci on the credits.
References Silence's character arc and sacrifice.
as another film with a mute main character
DVD poster shown
is shown during the evening.
Django's shooting practice in the snow is a direct reference to Silence's target practice and Tarantino has said that Corbucci's wintery western is a key influence of Django Unchained.
mentioned by Kalkofe, recalling Vonetta McGee's career
The interactions between Warren, Ruth, Mannix and Domergue on the stagecoach are based the scenes with Silence, Loco and Burnett in Corbucci's film.
When director Koolhoven was asked by 'Schokkend Nieuws Magazine' which movies had influenced Brimstone, he mentioned this one. Both westerns feature a mute main character and snowy scenes
we can see the shooting of this movie
Is shown and talked about.
film is reviewed
The Great Silence is #3.
Hero's hand is injured by villain in both films.