Slow West … revisited

Slow West … revisited

slow west postersWasn’t really sure what to expect from this movie. I just hoped it was good. It did keep my interest up. But it’s definitely not a conventional ‘old style’ Western. At times it almost seems like a stream of disjointed surrealistic vignettes – some violent – some humorous. I wasn’t surprised by the ending. One thing I did notice though, was an unusual weapon that used in one scene. A particular rifle that I recognized right away – from one of My Favorite Westerns. It’s used by a bounty hunter in one of the concluding scenes: Below: Do you recognize it?

slow west unpacking the weapon

You may not recall it’s Make, but if you’re a Western fan you may well recall where you saw it before.

slow west the rifle

Recognize it?

slow west the rifle 2

Ka boooom !!!

slow west Sharps 1874 Model Rifle

That’s the rifle. So where have we seen this before?

Why right here …

quigley down under poster

quigley down under banner

Quigley Down Under

Yep … same gun.

Quigley Down Under 3

Ka boooom !!!

Quigley Down Under 2

Even sounds the same.

Sharps 1874 Model Rifle bar

 

via Slow West … revisited.

Author: jcalberta

Howdy! I love Westerns. ... and the purpose of this MyFavoriteWesterns.com is to celebrate My Favorite Westerns! and to hopefully inspire folks to watch these great Western movies again - with fresh eyes and appreciation. This site will eventually display my top 30 favorite Westerns - or more. I will have original graphic work with regular updates/news about Western Movies. All this - and more ... Yee Haw ... !! - jcablerta / Moderator / Administrator

2 thoughts on “Slow West … revisited”

  1. Except Selleck had his specially made with an extra long barrel because he’s such a big guy, the standard model looked like a toy. Selleck’s a real gun enthusiast, a very good heir to Heston.

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