For a Few Dollars More (1965)

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TitleFor a Few Dollars More
Original TitlePer qualche dollaro in più
Year1965
CountryGermany, Italy, Spain
GenreWestern (Movies)
FranchiseDollars Trilogy (1964 - 1966)
Run Time2h 10 min
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The man that many call Manco is a bounty hunter, a profession shared by a former army officer, Colonel Douglas Mortimer. They separately learn that a ruthless, cold-blooded bank robber, “El Indio,” has been broken out of prison by his gang and all but one of his jailers slaughtered. While Indio is murdering the family of the man who had captured him, he is shown to carry a musical pocketwatch taken from a woman who had shot herself, as he was raping her, after he had murdered her husband. The incident has haunted Indio, and he smokes an addictive drug to cloud his memory.

Indio plans to rob the Bank of El Paso, which has a disguised safe containing “almost a million dollars.” Manco arrives in the town and becomes aware of Mortimer, who had arrived earlier. He sees Mortimer deliberately insult the hunchback Wild, who is reconnoitering the bank. Manco confronts Mortimer and, after the two have studied each other, each ascertaining that the other will not back down, they decide to work together. Mortimer persuades Manco to join Indio’s gang and “get him between two fires.” Manco achieves this by freeing a friend of Indio’s from prison despite Indio’s suspicions.

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For a Few Dollars More
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Cast:

Clint Eastwood Clint Eastwood
Monco / Man with No Name
Lee Van Cleef Lee Van Cleef
Col. Douglas Mortimer
Klaus Kinski Klaus Kinski
Juan Wild
Panos Papadopulos Panos Papadopulos
Sancho Perez
Roberto Camardiel Roberto Camardiel
Tucumcari station clerk
Joseph Egger Joseph Egger
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The man that many call Manco is a bounty hunter, a profession shared by a former army officer, Colonel Douglas Mortimer. They separately learn that a ruthless, cold-blooded bank robber, “El Indio,” has been broken out of prison by his gang and all but one of his jailers slaughtered. While Indio is murdering the family of the man who had captured him, he is shown to carry a musical pocketwatch taken from a woman who had shot herself, as he was raping her, after he had murdered her husband. The incident has haunted Indio, and he smokes an addictive drug to cloud his memory.

Indio plans to rob the Bank of El Paso, which has a disguised safe containing “almost a million dollars.” Manco arrives in the town and becomes aware of Mortimer, who had arrived earlier. He sees Mortimer deliberately insult the hunchback Wild, who is reconnoitering the bank. Manco confronts Mortimer and, after the two have studied each other, each ascertaining that the other will not back down, they decide to work together. Mortimer persuades Manco to join Indio’s gang and “get him between two fires.” Manco achieves this by freeing a friend of Indio’s from prison despite Indio’s suspicions.

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