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The Spaghetti Western Trilogy [Blu-ray] 
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- A few weeks in Spain: Clint Eastwood on the experience of making the film
- Tre Voci: A Fistful of Dollars
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- The Network Prologue
- Location Comparisons
- Radio Spots
- A New Standards (Frayling on for a Few Dollars More)
- Back For More (Clint Eastwood remembers For a Few Dollars More)
- Tre Voci: For a Few Dollars More
- For a Few Dollars More: The Original American release version
- Location Comparisons
- Radio Spots
- Leonie’s West
- The Leonie Style
- The Man Who Lost the Civil War
- Reconstructing ‘The Good, The Bad & The Ugly’
- Il Maestro Part 1
- Il Maestro Part 2
- 2 x Deleted scenes
- 4 x Easter Eggs
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There have been a few mixed reviews on other sites so let me throw in my hat in the ring pardner and see if its any good...
All three films are presented in full 1080p 24fps and appear to be the same extended versions that appeared in the last re-release of the 3 films on DVD in 2005.
A Fistful Of Dollars (1964) Runtime 99 minutes
For A Few Dollars More (1965) Runtime 132 minutes
The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (1966) Runtime 179 minutes
In terms of picture quality all three films show some wear with occasional artefacts (white speck holes in the film) but a lot of tidying up has been done on all three. Making a direct comparison to the previous release on DVD of the 3 films, this is the best these films have ever looked and by some distance. The usual vibrant colours associated with the blu ray format are not so obvious but this is not a bad thing. The overall feel is a slightly drab colour pallet and an age to the images which is appropriate for films as they spend so much time with white adobe building sets and faded costumes worn on the dusty trails, but the magic of blu ray is apparent throughout. The close up work that Leone made as his own trademark is wonderful. The scarring on the heavy set faces are a rogues gallery of glorious characters that fill all 3 movies.
The Audio on all 3 films is remastered in English 5:1 DTS-HD. Although im sure many folks are aware of the dubbing issues in all three films.Read more ›
A fistful of dollars - grain fully intact, excellent picture quality.
For a few dollars more - again, grain fully intact and excellent picture quality.
The good, the bad and the ugly - not good news. This one looks very smooth. I dont know how bad it will look on a big screen as I only have a 37" but theres hardly any grain visable at all! It still looks a lot better than the DVD (same restored version) but it should do anyway!
These are certainly the best I have ever seen, having owned the previous DVD versions, colours appear little better-& as others have stated these are Old pictures-over forty years, shot cheaply and in techniscope.
The trilogy has Eastwood in what was to be a career defining role-insolent, single minded and ruthless humorous , even if Leone "borrowed" the storyline of "Fistful" from Akira kurasawa's Yojimbo.
A few dollars more has Eastwood and Lee van cleef team up to get the gang whom murdered van cleef's sister.
TgTbAtU has three leads Eastwood returning in his signature role, van cleef returning (as the baddie), and eli wallach as Tuco, often the butt of Eastwood's humour, also dishing a lot of his own humour.
The trilogy has rightfully gained its place not just in Western history, but movie history, the recent Django unchained (Tarantino) is massively influenced by it-although DU doesn't have the miniscule budgets Leone had to contend with.
I also got the 2010 set-as I have read that the more recent tgtbtu re-release has apparently got a "teal" effect on them, which I don't recall after numerous viewings on different mediums.
If you can get for a tenner they a real bargain...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I remember going to the cinema in 1967ish to see Fistful and coming out gobsmacked, though we didn't know we were gobsmacked back then. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mr. Thomas R. Hardwick
Great films but they don't look outstanding on Blu Ray. The much greater problem is that the soundtrack is out on A Fistful of Dollars, so that when the actors move their mouths... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Phil Latham
Another upgrade from DVD to Blu-ray to keep my collection up to datePublished 4 months ago by Mr. Roderick J. Mackenzie
How could anybody not rate these films other than 5* all time classics and amazing value tooPublished 4 months ago by Ms. RE Nutman
My favourite films delivered in good time and worth the money now owned on Blu Ray, brilliantPublished 5 months ago by Mark R
Three classic, iconic films which launched the career of one of the most enduring film stars of the last fifty years. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Matthew Tittley