Westworld isn't your typical amusement park. Intended for rich vacationers, the futuristic park -- which is looked after by robotic "hosts" -- allows its visitors to live out their fantasies through artificial consciousness. No matter how illicit the fantasy may be, there are no consequences for the park's guests, allowing for any wish to be indulged.
During times of danger in the show, there is a series of two notes that are played (on a natural scale) from Middle E to Middle D sharp. These two notes are famous in the Western genre of movies. They are particularly known as the first two notes from "Man with a Harmonica," which was the theme of the character known as Harmonica who was played by Charles Bronson in Once Upon a Time in the West. See more »
If this is in the same time line as the original movie, and since Yul Brunners "Gunslinger" is seen in the basement it is fair to assume that it is, it seems odd that no one mentions or thinks back to the problems that occurred at that time. See more »