Nebraska Jim

With less than two months to go before Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood hits theater screens, a new poster featuring Leonardo DiCaprio’s character Rick Dalton has been spotted on the streets of Hollywood. Following on the heels of Operazione Dyn-O-Mite! and Kill Me Now Ringo, Said the Gringo,  Nebraska Jim perfectly recreates the mood and style of a bygone era of filmmaking. And this one features a director credit for Sergio Corbucci, the Italian master behind such landmark Spaghetti Western as Minnesota Clay (1964), Django (1966), and The Great Silence (1968). The title is a perfect hat tip to the New Beverly fave Navajo Joe (1966), directed by Corbucci and starring Burt Reynolds.

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