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Talk:Quick and the Dead, The (1995)

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I know I have a problem shaving screencaps off, but pretty much all of these had something important to show. I'll admit with LMS, only two people used .45s and 28 shots aren't neccessary but 25 shots for a bunch of people seems slightly more reasonable. -GM

Sam Raimi

I doubt he'd ever read this, but I thank him tremendously for giving us so many clear shots of guns in the film. His closeups are similair to Sergio Leone's, only the film is clearer and more impressive methods are capable. A fine director he is. -GM

He's a very good director, but he's also an ultra-liberal, sadly. The fact that he has so many good shots of the guns says something of his hypocrisy, I think. -MT2008 02:34, 9 November 2008 (UTC)
Damn shame, I just wish I could have a sitdown with these guys and tell them how stupid and pointless gun control laws are. -GM

Call me strange for saying it, especially on this site, but the fact is that not everyone should have weapons. It's not my place to say exactly who should and shouldn't have them, but i believe that the right to bear arms should be earned, and that gun control laws aren't completely pointless.

Going by that logic, people should also have to "earn" their right to voice their opinions and their right to believe in their choice of deity or no deity at all. Spartan198 (talk) 13:53, 6 March 2013 (EST)
I'm sorry to just intrude, but I have to put it out there that even inalienable rights should have reasonable limits on where, when, and how you exercise them. You can't scream "FIRE" in a crowded movie theater when there isn't one, you can't walk down a crowded street firing a gun into the air, and you can't go around committing human sacrifice just because your religion tells you to, because all of these things infringe upon the rights of others. - User: 2wingo
And how, exactly, does the act of owning a gun infringe on another's rights?--Maxman (talk) 22:13, 6 November 2014 (EST)

That man with the Marlin Ballard is Dog Kelly, played by Tobin Bell. i took the liberty of fixing that.

Single Action Army

Wouldn't it be more pertinent to arrange the screenshots per version used rather than having a whole gob of gun pics followed by a whole gob of screenshots? For example, having the picture of The Lady's SAAs heading screencaps of The Lady with her SAAs, then the pic of the cavalry model followed by screencaps of all the cavalry SAAs used in the film, and so on. It would break down some of the confusion of identifying which is which for people who aren't necessarily revolver aficionados. Spartan198 (talk) 13:49, 6 March 2013 (EST)

Yes, that would be a lot better than one giant section with a half dozen gun images before you even get to a screenshot. Evil Tim (talk) 15:56, 2 April 2013 (EDT)

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