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The Man With No Name Trilogy [Blu-ray]
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Triple bill of Sergio Leone Westerns starring Clint Eastwood as the Man With No Name. In 'A Fistful of Dollars' (1964), the laconic gunslinger (Eastwood) makes a financial killing by playing two feuding families off each other in a small southwestern town. 'For a Few Dollars More' (1965) sees him reluctantly joining forces with bounty hunter Colonel Mortimer (Lee Van Cleef) to battle psychotic bandit El Indio (Gian Maria Volonte) and his gang of outlaws. In 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly' (1966), set during the American Civil War, the paths of three loners - Joe (Eastwood), Tuco (Eli Wallach) and Setenza (Van Cleef) - cross as they search for the grave of Bill Carson, home to a hidden fortune. As the war intensifies, the treasure seekers become drawn into a battle that dwarfs their own mercenary pursuits.
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Enjoyed watching all three movies again and can recommend these classic movies.
These films hark back to a day when films were made for sitting back and enjoying. They allowed for build-up, characterization and genuine story-telling. These films are art. But they are art with a fantastic soundtrack that Leone worked on with Ennio Morricone. He knew beforehand what sort of epic grandiose look he wanted, and he also knew how they should sound.
I would have given it five stars but the "Good The Bad & The Ugly" is a little temperamental when booting and going through the menu options. I've only watched the first 2 films so far so I hope the film itself is watchable all the way through.
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