I just wanted to know if some of you have also noticed that Django (1966) and Once upon a time in the West have a similar Harmonica in the background? I never noticed this and honestly I’ve never seen anyone talk about it.
Everyone talks about Morriconne’s Harmonica soudntrack obviously, but the Harmonica from Django is from 1966, two years before the release of the acclaimed Once Upon a Time in the West. I’m not sure if this was mentioned by the composers at any given.
I’d appreciate your comments on this.
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Apparently this is a “mistake” from the Brazilian Portuguese version. I would have to guess the Dub department did not have the originals sound files or tracks? I have no idea how soundtracks were added back then haha.
This is the scene I’m refering to. As you can see, there is not “Once Upon a time in the west” Harmonica on 2:08
However, on the Brazilian Dub version – skip to 26:33