A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS
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(1964, Sergio Leone) First in Leone’s “Man with No Name” trilogy, with Clint Eastwood hiring himself out to each of the trigger-happy factions in a desolate, seemingly unpopulated desert town.
♫ Music by Ennio Morricone
“Its Latin ambiance (family clans, church bell-towers, the rituals of the bullfight), together with its emphasis on how the characters look (cigars, ponchos, interesting faces, were superimposed on the visual clichés of the American Western, and the result was to change the history of the form.”
– Christopher Frayling
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