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In The Good the Bad and the Ugly,angel eyes shot tuco off a rope at the end did he do it so he could have great distance from him because he couldn't trust him?

Asked by dfwil145 (10points) September 13th, 2008 from iPhone

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wilhel1812's avatar

I guess so, I can’t find any other reasons for it. Well, one reason could be that the director wanted to make the roles clearer. (The good lets him free.)
PS. comma is cool

Magnus's avatar

he did it for lulz

gailcalled's avatar

He probably shot Tuco because T didn’t use periods, commas or upper case to begin sentences with.

Zaku's avatar

I’d say it’s to put Tuco in the place he wants him, and resolve the conflict between them that’s been ongoing throughout the entire film.

hipnek's avatar

Lee Van Cleef played Angel Eyes. Blondie (Clint Eastwood) shot the rope at the end of the movie. I suppose he left Tuco hanging so long just to keep him in suspense.

syz's avatar

I think Clintwood“s character was ambiguous about whether he wanted to save Tuco or not. By making the shot from such a distance, he left it somewhat to chance.

syz's avatar

Wow, I really shouldn’t answer while asleep. Ambivalent.

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