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For a Few Dollars More (18-Dec-1965)

Original Title: Per qualche dollaro in piů

Director: Sergio Leone

Writers: Sergio Leone; Fulvio Morsella; Luciano Vincenzoni

Music by: Ennio Morricone

Keywords: Spaghetti Western, Bounty Hunter

Bounty hunters Manco and the ruthless Col. Mortimer both seek the same bank-robbing outlaw, El Indio. They form a partnership with the intent to split the reward. However, Mortimer has unfinished business with the outlaw. Middle installment in Sergio Leone's "Man With No Name" trilogy. Superb groundbreaking spaghetti western.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Clint Eastwood
Actor
31-May-1930   The Man With No Name
Klaus Kinski
Actor
18-Oct-1926 23-Nov-1991 Nosferatu the Vampyre
Lee Van Cleef
Actor
9-Jan-1925 16-Dec-1989 The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

CAST

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Clint Eastwood   ...   The Man with No Name
Lee Van Cleef   ...   Col. Mortimer
Gian Maria Volonte   ...   El Indio
Mara Krupp   ...   Mary
Luigi Pistilli   ...   Groggy
Klaus Kinski   ...   The Hunchback
Josef Egger   ...   Prophet
Panos Papadopoulos   ...  
Benito Stefanelli   ...   Luke
Robert Camardiel   ...   Station Clerk
Aldo Sambrell   ...   Cuccillo
Luis Rodríguez   ...  
Tomas Blanco   ...  
Lorenzo Robledo   ...   Tomaso
Sergio Mendizabal   ...   Bank Manager
Dante Maggio   ...   Bank Guard
Diana Rabito   ...   Girl in Tub
Giovanni Tarallo   ...  
Mario Meniconi   ...  
Mario Brega   ...   Nino

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