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November 20, 2009

The Dollars trilogy is on Youtube

Filed under: Uncategorized — The Wizard @ November 20, 2009 12:58 am

A Fistful of Dollars (1:40:04) A pancho-clad, cigar-chewing, mysterious ‘Man with No Name’ rides into a small frontier town which is embroiled in a struggle for power between two families. He hires himself out as a mercenary, first to one faction and then to the other, with no regard for honor or morality. He plays both sides against the middle, collecting his money, until he eventually destroys both, leaving the town to the bartender, coffin-maker and bell ringer as he rides off into the desert from whence he came.

For a Few Dollars More (2:11:43) Sergio Leone’s sequel to FISTFUL OF DOLLARS finds the pancho-clad, cigar-chewing, mysterious ‘Man with No Name’ (Clint Eastwood) locked in competition with a rival bounty hunter; then forming an uneasy alliance with him in a mutual quest for the psychopathic bandit Indio. Eastwood is interested in the award money; Van Cleef seeks vengeance on Indio, for the brutal rape and murder of his sister√Čand the pile of bodies after the climactic shoot-out will yield very different outcomes for them both.

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (2:58:40) Set during the Civil War, three disparate drifters…(the pancho-clad, cigar-chewing, silent but supremely self-confident ‘Man with No Name’–the Good; the evil bounty hunter–the Bad; and a renegade Mexican bandit–the Ugly)…search for a Confederate cash box containing $200,000 which is hidden in a distant cemetery in an unmarked grave Sergio Leone’s epic Western masterpiece and the third film in the “Dollars” trilogy. Music by Ennio Morricone.

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