In this article I am going to talk about some of the films in the series The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. I will discuss some of the background of the series and its creator John Ford.
John Ford was a movie director, screenwriter and producer from USA. His first directorial effort was "The Searchers", which was his final film. His next film "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" is a film that has been seen as one of the most influential American film.
The series is based on the actual events that happened during the Civil War and the U.S. Cavalry was being attacked by the Mexican Army led by General "Lumpia". He was responsible for the death of several American officers and soldiers in the battle and got killed himself.
There have been several movies and television shows that have tried to make a movie about the movie but none were as successful as the first one. John Ford, also known as Mr. John Ford, was born and raised in Italy.
The series started when he went to the Mexico and decided to make a movie about it. He has been in the movie business for over 60 years and has made many movies that are considered classics in the United States. In fact, the first ones were considered not that good because of its cost.
The famous musical number "The Man That Shot Liberty Valance" is credited to Mr. John Findlay. He was given the responsibility of writing and directing the film. You can see a lot of music from the series in this film.
Some of the characters in the series were also given their own designs and sets. The one that follows General "Lumpia" and the Sombrero headed Mexican general "El Gallo Loco" are quite popular among fans. The main character of the film "John Rambo" is also a favorite among fans.
The franchise continues even after the series' end, though there hasn't been a new movie released yet. The next movie in the series is "Death Wish", which is a remake of the original movie released in 1976.