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Per Qualche Dollaro in Più (1965)

Western | 132 minutes
3,90 1.825 votes

Genre: Western

Duration: 132 minuten

Alternative titles: For a Few Dollars More / Voor een Paar Dollar Meer

Country: Italy / Spain / West Germany / Monaco

Directed by: Sergio Leone

Stars: Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef and Gian Maria Volonté

IMDb score: 8,2 (267.538)

Releasedate: 18 December 1965

Per Qualche Dollaro in Più plot

"The man with no name is back... the man in black is waiting... a walking arsenal - he uncoils, strikes and kills!"

A gang of notorious criminals led by El Indio prepares a special bank robbery. Two bounty hunters (Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef) decide to team up to round up the gang. But one of them, Douglas Mortimer, apparently has other goals than just the reward.

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Full Cast & Crew

Actors and actresses

Col. Douglas Mortimer

Groggy, Member of Indio's Gang

Juan Wild - The Hunchback

Old Prophet

Sancho Perez, Member of Indio's Gang

Tucumcari Station Clerk

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avatar van JeroenFR08


  • 557 messages
  • 419 votes

Seen after seeing TGTBATU so many times. And therein lies the biggest problem.

That aforementioned Leone classic is in my opinion one of the best movies of all time. Everything is just a little less with this one. The music, the bad guy, locations, but also the action.

The acting is still good. But the lack of Tuco is just great. But also coming back to the music, which I liked a few times better with the Good the Bad and the Ugly.

If I'd seen this one before the other one, I might have liked it better. But no, I saw the other one before. And so everything is actually just a little less. Needless to say, this is still a very good film.

Still fine, but just less than il Buono,il Brutto, il Cattivo.

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avatar van Vidi well

Vidi well

  • 455 messages
  • 595 votes

It's nice to see the Dollars trilogy back to back. Each film shows how Leone perfects his style, with The Good the Bad and the Ugly as the climax, followed by the equally beautiful, but completely different Once upon an time in the West.

In For a few Dollars more Leone already shows himself to be a true master of the image. In terms of framing, this film is fantastic. Each scene contains shots that can be compared in composition to the perfect alignment of Renaissance paintings.

Entire gangs in a row, several people in a duel, an interplay between foreground and background... Leone knows how to surprise time and again with his visually brutal and powerful style.

His strong color palette in particular caught my eye more often: in the hat shoot, for example, the foreground is orange, while the background in each shot is complementary blue. Particularly strong.

The film contains countless scenes that are so strongly portrayed that they are immediately imprinted in your memory: the robbers counting the steps of the guards, the shootings at each other's 'hat'/ ;head'. Not to mention the epic duels supported by the timeless music of Morricone, who can show much more diversity in this film than in the previous film. The game box in particular is of course legendary.

A strong western. Not as iconic as The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, but definitely worth multiple viewings.


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avatar van Filmreiziger


  • 256 messages
  • 212 votes

Strong spaghetti western by Sergio Leone. On the same level as 'The Good, the bad and the ugly'. Ennio Morricone's music is good, but for me it doesn't reach the level of some other Leone films. Acting is good. Sometimes over-acted but that's more of a time-culture thing than a flaw of the film. Sometimes the film made some illogical steps for me (which shouldn't have been necessary given the running time), but otherwise there is not much to criticize. Especially viewed after a visit from Oasys Minihollywood in Tabernas (Spain) where this movie was shot. Nice to see in the film where you yourself walked a few weeks ago. For me, Once upon a time in the west' remains Leone's best film, but if you're into the genre, you won't be disappointed.

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