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TMBDOS! Episode 281: ”Little Rita of the West”/”Crazy Westerners” (1967).
Lee is joined by friends and fellow podcasters Vaughn Kuhlmeier & Mike Wood to talk about an odd-ball 1967 Spaghetti Western/Musicarello film, Directed by Ferdinando Baldi, "Little Rita of the West", or as it's also known as: "Crazy Westerners", starring tiny Italian pop sensation Rita Pavone, and a then mostly unknown (but soon to be quite well-known) Terrence Hill. Much of the conversation revolves around Pavone's career and performance in this film, and how well a musical is actually pulled off in the trappings of the Spaghetti Western. Other things talked about include: free boxes of chicken; frozen pizzas; energy drinks; Vaughn's Tubi ritual; and an Italian rating system for films using the size of the Pope's boner. All that and what the hosts have watched recently is also covered. So why not sing along with us as we try and destroy all the world's gold for Gordon Mitchell in red face?
Check out Vaughn's podcasts, Motion Picture Massacre, and Wanted: Alive or Preferably Dead.
Check out Mike's podcast, The Grindbin.
"Little Rita of the West" IMDB
Featured Music: "Piruliruli" by Rita Pavone & Lucio Dalla; an excerpt from "My Name is Potato"; and "Per un colpo di pistola" & "Ma che te ne fai" by Rita Pavone.
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