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Part of the seriesSPAGHETTI WESTERNS

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Un dollaro a testa

(1967, Sergio Corbucci) When outlaw Aldo Sambrell gets a tip about a train hold-up, looks like he can give up the scalp-trading business. But enter half-breed Burt Reynolds (producer Dino De Laurentiis wanted Brando!), who’s really pissed off about his murdered wife. Morricone’s score was quoted in both Alexander Payne’s Election and then Tarantino’s Kill Bill.
Music by Ennio Morricone



“Fashions some bold widescreen frames from the men and mountain terrain. There's also a breathlessly edited, dizzily exciting train robbery sequence and some startling, pre-Peckinpah graphic violence.”
– J.R. Jones, Chicago Reader

“A superior Italian Western… Burt Reynolds’ inscrutable acting style and Ippoliti’s fine cinematography give the film a distinctive edge.”
– Phil Hardy

"The best of all possible Burt Reynolds vehicles."
– Alex Cox, The New York Times