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For a Few Dollars More

132 min
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Sergio Leone
Country: Italy
Release Date: 1967-05-10
Filming Locations: Almería Railway Station, Almería, Andalucía, Spain
Budget: $750,000
Gross: $15,000,000 (USA)€25,204 (Italy)
Luigi Pistilli
Luigi Pistilli
For a Few Dollars More
Clint Eastwood
Lee Van Cleef
Col. Douglas Mortimer
Gian Maria Volonté
El Indio (The Indian)
Mario Brega
Nino, Member of Indio's Gang
Aldo Sambrell
Klaus Kinski
Juan Wild - The Hunchback
Benito Stefanelli
Luke 'Hughie'
Luis Rodríguez
Manuel, Member of Indio's Gang (as Luis Rodriguez)
Panos Papadopulos
Sancho Perez, Member of Indio's Gang
Roberto Camardiel
Tucumcari station clerk (as Robert Camardiel)
Joseph Egger
Old Prophet
Tomás Blanco
Tucumcari sheriff (as Tomas Blanco)
Lorenzo Robledo
Tomaso, Indio's Traitor
Sergio Mendizábal
Tucumcari bank manager (as Sergio Mendizabal)
Dante Maggio
Carpenter in cell with El Indio
Diana Rabito
Callaway's beautiful girl in tub
Giovanni Tarallo
Santa Cruz telegraphist
Mario Meniconi
Train Conductor
Werner Abrolat
Slim, Member of Indio's Gang (uncredited)
Román Ariznavarreta
Half-Shaved Bounty Hunter (uncredited)
Frank Braña
Blackie, Member of Indio's Gang (uncredited)
José Canalejas
Chico, Member of Indio's Gang (uncredited)
Rosemary Dexter
Mortimer's Sister (uncredited)
Diana Faenza
Tomaso's Wife (uncredited)
Eduardo García
Member of Indio's Gang (uncredited)
Maurizio Graf
The Balladeer (voice) (uncredited)
Jesús Guzmán
Carpetbagger on Train (uncredited)
Peter Lee Lawrence
Mortimer's Brother-in-Law (uncredited)
Francesca Leone
Tomaso's Baby (uncredited)
Sergio Leone
Whistling Bounty Hunter (voice) (uncredited)
Rafael López
José Marco
'Baby' Red Cavanaugh (uncredited)
Antonio Molino Rojo
Frisco, Member of Indio's Gang (uncredited)
José Félix Montoya
Guillermo Méndez
White Rocks Sheriff (uncredited)
Nazzareno Natale
Paco - Member of Indio's Gang (uncredited)
Enrique Navarro
Sherrif of Tucumcari (uncredited)
Ricardo Palacios
Tucumcari Saloon Keeper (uncredited)
Antonio Palombi
Bartender (uncredited)
Aldo Ricci
Antoñito Ruiz
Fernando (uncredited)
Enrique Santiago
Miguel, Member of Indio's Gang (uncredited)
Carlo Simi
El Paso Bank Manager (uncredited)
José Terrón
Guy Calloway, Mortimer's 1st Criminal (uncredited)
Kurt Zips
Hotel Manager (uncredited)
Did you know?
The town of El Paso, designed by Carlo Simi in Almeria, was the biggest set that Sergio Leone was responsible for at the time. It would be re-used the following year for several scenes in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) in which it stood in as several different towns. It's still standing to this day and is called Mini Hollywood.
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Besides Clint Eastwood of course, actors Mario Brega, Benito Stefanelli, Aldo Sambrell, Lorenzo Robledo and Antonio Molino Rojo are the only actors to appear in all 3 of the "Dollars Trilogy" movies.
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On its 1969 re-release it was double-billed with A Fistful of Dollars (1964) (A Fistful of Dollars).
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There are no cacti visible. Cacti are found only in North and South America, making it obvious that this was filmed in the Old World; in this case, Spain.
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Face on wanted poster of Indio is a high-contrast repro of a modern style photo.
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After Monco's cigar is shot to a very short length by one of Indio's gang, subsequent shots have it both longer and then shorter again.
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El Indio: When the chimes end, pick up your gun. Go ahead and shoot me Colonel. Just try.
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Wild, The Hunchback: Well well, if it isn't the smoker. Well... Remember me, amigo?
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'Baby' Red Cavanaugh: I didn't hear what the bet was.
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What are the differences between the MGM versions and the German DVD?
All MGM widescreen releases are slightly censored. They're missing the scene in which Indio stops the beating of Monco and Mortimer. This scene can be found on the German DVD by Paramount. A detailed comparison between both versions with pictures can be found here.
Do I need to watch these films in order?
Those who have seen all three movies say that it's not important to watch them in order, considering that none of them follow the same story or include the same characters, other than Clint Eastwood. The only other similiarities would include the direction and the music. However, others recommend that they be watched in order to see the progression of Leone's works as the production values got better and better. In historical chronology (based on the weapons used) the film order is The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (1862 American Civil War and Colt Navy revolvers), For A Few Dollars More (Colt SAA Peacemakers post 1873 but more likely 1885; Indio's Colt SAA has gutta percha grips, which were in the 1884 Colt catalog), and A Fistful of Dollars (fully automatic machine guns issue from late 1890s and khaki Mexican uniforms from the turn of the century).
Does the Man With No Name actually have a name?
In every film he has a different name: in A Fistful of Dollars he is called Joe, in For A Few Dollars More, he is called Monco, and in The Good, The Bad and The Ugly he is named Blondie. Of the three names, Monco is likely his real name, because in Fistful he never says his name; the undertaker just starts calling him Joe, as it's a common name. Blondie is just the nickname Tuco gives him because, once again, he didn't reveal his name. However, in For A Few Dollars More, the sheriff is talking about the bounty hunter named Monco, which is the name he signed in the ledger, so it is likely his true name or at least the name he goes by. On the other hand, 'Monco' actually means 'one-armed', and as The Man With No Name does everything left-handed, this could be either a joke or a pseudonym and not his real name at all.
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Photos from cast
Mara Krupp Luigi Pistilli