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Leone

The currency of Sierra Leone. It was introduced in 1964, replacing the British West African pound. It has been marked by high inflation for much of its history.
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In many ways this character and this world is my personal homage to Sergio Leone," Ubisoft creative director Jason Vandenberghe told AFP while providing an early go at the game in San Francisco.
Dentro de los primeros, encontramos piezas de La Mision, de las peliculas de Sergio Leone, y de Cinema Paraiso, entre otras.
Morricone's final work for Sergio Leone, for a four-hour exploration of organized crime in the '20s, '30s and '60s, is flavored with panpipes and mandolin, and broods with melancholy.
40am This Western from Sergio Leone is one of the genre's finest examples.
ANSWERS: 1 Twenty-six miles; 2 The White Star Line; 3 Honey; 4 The Glorious Twelfth; 5 He was her uncle; 6 DIY SOS; 7 Supermarket Sweep; 8 The puffin; 9 Canada; 10 Sergio Leone.
In his earlier career, Martin claims to have been a spy for MI5, smuggled goods on behalf of the CIA, smuggled alcohol, guns and even diamonds, as well as performing as a stunt man on a host of spaghetti Westerns shot in Spain - including the iconic Sergio Leone classic A Fistful of Dollars.
As most film buffs know, Sergio Leone did much more than popularize the Spaghetti Western and make Clint Eastwood an international star.
Not even Sergio Leone could have seen that script coming.
Menos escenas de kung fu y de combate samurai; el western, o mejor dicho, el spaghetti western se impone reciclando el arte de John Ford, o el unico western de Joseph Mankiewzs (There was a Crooked Man) hasta las sagas de Sergio Leone.
While I was doing research for this project, a friend told me about the film director Alex Cox, who had been working at a film studio in Andalusia, shooting footage of a "Mexican village" in the Tabernas Desert that was originally constructed for Sergio Leone in the late '60s.
There are moments when the nearly three-hour film suggests an Inuit Iliad, has echoes of a Sergio Leone western, recalls Kurosawa's Yajimbo, gets as otherworldly as sci-fi, and even shifts into an Arctic musical when dialogue gives way to songs.
WHEN Clint Eastwood went to Italy to make the "spaghetti" Western that would catapult him to stardom, he was so unknown that director Sergio Leone didn't bother meeting him at the airport.