The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

161 min | France:186 min (dubbed version) | Spain:182 min | 179 min (2003 extended English version) | Finland:142 min (1984) (cut version)
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Sergio Leone
1 win
Country: Italy
Release Date: 1966-12-23
Filming Locations: Almería, Andalucía, Spain
Budget: $1,200,000
Opening Weekend: $10,584 (Finland) (7 August 2003)
Gross: $25,100,000 (USA) (5 August 2012)
Luigi Pistilli
Luigi Pistilli
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Rada Rassimov
Rada Rassimov
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Eli Wallach
Clint Eastwood
Lee Van Cleef
Aldo Giuffrè
Alcoholic Union Captain
Enzo Petito
Claudio Scarchilli
Mexican Peon
John Bartha
Livio Lorenzon
Antonio Casale
Sandro Scarchilli
Mexican Peon
Benito Stefanelli
Member of Angel Eyes' Gang
Angelo Novi
Antonio Casas
Aldo Sambrell
Member of Angel Eyes' Gang
Al Mulock
One-Armed Bounty Hunter (as Al Mulloch)
Sergio Mendizábal
Blonde Bounty Hunter (as Sergio Mendizabal)
Antonio Molino Rojo
Capt. Harper
Lorenzo Robledo
Mario Brega
Cpl. Wallace
Chelo Alonso
Stevens' Wife (uncredited)
Fortunato Arena
1st Sombrero Onlooker at Tuco's 1st Hanging
Román Ariznavarreta
Bounty Hunter (uncredited)
Silvana Bacci
Mexican Girl with Blondie (uncredited)
Frank Braña
Bounty Hunter #2 (uncredited)
Amerigo Castrighella
2nd Sombrero Onlooker at Tuco's 1st Hanging
Saturno Cerra
Bounty Hunter (uncredited)
Luigi Ciavarro
Member of Angel Eye's Gang (uncredited)
William Conroy
Confederate Soldier (uncredited)
Tony Di Mitri
Deputy (uncredited)
Alberico Donadeo
Townsman (uncredited)
Attilio Dottesio
3rd Sombrero Onlooker at Tuco's 1st Hanging
Veriano Ginesi
Bald Onlooker at Tuco's 1st Hanging (uncredited)
Jesús Guzmán
Pardue the Hotel Owner (uncredited)
Víctor Israel
Sergeant at Confederate Fort (uncredited)
Nazzareno Natale
Mexican Bounty Hunter (uncredited)
Ricardo Palacios
Bartender in Socorro (uncredited)
Antonio Palombi
Old Seargent (uncredited)
Romano Puppo
Member of Angel Eyes' Gang (uncredited)
Antoñito Ruiz
Stevens' Youngest Son (uncredited)
Aysanoa Runachagua
Pistolero Recruited by Tuco in the Cave (uncredited)
Enrique Santiago
Mexican Bounty Hunter (uncredited)
José Terrón
Thomas 'Shorty' Larson (uncredited)
Did you know?
In 1960's Hollywood was still following the The Motion Picture Production Code of 1930 (a.k.a. The Hays Moral Code), especially when it came to Westerns. After the Good, the Bad and the Ugly was released Hollywood had to change its moral standards in order to stay competitive with such foreign made films. This particular film broke many if not most of those standards.
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After the scene where Blondie splashes water in Tuco's face in the infirmary, there is a fade-out to the next scene. This was where the intermission was located, but this fade-out was excised in the 179-minute extended version.
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Bernie Grant was the voice actor who dubbed Gian Maria Volonté in 'A Fistful of Dollars', the Union Captain in Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo., and Morton in 'C'era una volta il West'.
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When the two armies battle at the bridge, the Confederates are using the flag with the blue criss-cross on the red field. This is not the Confederate national flag, rather it is the banner of Gen. Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. It would have been in battles in the east, not in the west.
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A majority of the characters load metal cartridges into converted Civil War model revolvers. While this conversion did become commonplace in the late 1860's, back in 1862 metal cartridges hadn't been fully developed for those kinds of revolvers yet and paper cartridges were still the norm.
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You can see a car passing by in the background when Tuco is balancing on the cross on the graveyard in the end of the movie.
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Blondie: I've never seen so many men wasted so badly.
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Blondie: Every gun makes its own tune.
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Blondie: [appearing beside Tuco] Were you gonna die alone?
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How much sex, violence, and profanity are in this movie?
For detailed information about the amounts and types of (a) sex and nudity, (b) violence and gore, (c) profanity, (d) alcohol, drugs, and smoking, and (e) frightening and intense scenes in this movie, consult the IMDb Parents Guide for this movie. The Parents Guide for The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly can be found here.
What are the lyrics to "Story of a Soldier"?
Bugles are calling from prairie to shore, Sign up and fall in and march off to war; Drums beating loudly, hearts beating proudly March blue and gray and smile as you go. Smoke hides the valleys and fire paints the plains, Loud roar the cannons till ruin remains; Blue grass and cotton burnt and forgotten All hope seems gone so, soldier, march on to die. Count all the crosses and count all the tears, These are the losses and sad souvenirs; This devastation once was a nation So fall the dice, how high is the price. There in the distance a flag I can see, Scorched and in ribbons but whose can it be; How ends the story, whose is the glory, Ask if we dare our comrades out there who sleep. Count all the crosses and count all the tears, These are the losses and sad souvenirs; This devastation once was a nation So fall the dice, how high is the price we pay.
Would Angel Eyes have killed Baker if he coughed up more cash for the additional information?
Angel Eyes gave Baker more information than what Baker paid for ($500 for Jackson's new name). Angel Eyes is the "Bad" in GBU. It was never directly stated that the $1000 was to kill Baker. In fact, the victim was probably offering it as a bribe for himself not to get killed. Angel Eyes uses the $1000 as an excuse to kill Baker and seek the $200,000 on his own. Had Baker been more fair and given Angel Eyes what he deserved for the information, he still would have died.
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Photos from cast
Luigi Pistilli Rada Rassimov