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Blackthorn (2011) Poster

(2011)

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The song that Blackthorn sings when the two of them finally get a horse is the same song that Clint Eastwood sings in Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970) when he is drunk.
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The coca leaf, which is and has been widely used for medicinal and restorative purposes in Bolivia and surrounding regions, and is featured in at least one scene in the film, is commonly said to resemble the leaves of a blackthorn bush.
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The song that Blackthorn sings when the two of them finally get horse, is the same song that Clint Eastwood sings in Two Mules For Sister Sara when he is drunk.
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Even though there are no major mines in Madrid and the people from this Spanish region are not famous for travelling abroad in this times, the character of Eduardo is from Madrid. The fact that the producers are Catalonian may be the reason why the evil Eduardo is from Madrid.
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