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The Good, the Bad and the Mugly. February 27, 2009

Posted by Mitchell in Art.
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Behold!

threemuggers

My latest mugware from my cermics class.  More about this later.

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1. ~KC~ - March 2, 2009

These are actually really kind of cool … in a very new age sort of way! I like these!

2. Steamboat McGoo - March 3, 2009

I like ’em too, Enas. And I like your title for the photo!

BTW: IMHO, Good, Bad, and Ugly was the best – and longest – of all the Spaghetti Westerns Eastwood did. Eli Wallach was priceless in it, and Lee Van Cleef was the essence of cowboy evil.

3. Enas Yorl - March 5, 2009

Yup! A fitting crown jewel McGoo. I just bought the soundtrack to GB&U recently and was reminded of how much a force the music was in that movie too. Almost another character in the film really.

4. Steamboat McGoo - March 5, 2009

I’ve noticed that myself about a number of flicks. The film and the musical score are inseparable. The GB&U is an especially vivid case, I think, although all the C. Eastwood Spaghetti Westerns had excellent scoring. Ennio Morricone – yes?

5. Enas Yorl - March 6, 2009

Morricone – yup! You’ve got a mind like a steel trap McGoo!


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