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For a Few Dollars More

For a Few Dollars More

Sergio Leone (1965)

15 Certificate
Sun 30 Oct 12:40pm - 2:55pm Sky Cinema Select


Our Score
The second instalment of Sergio Leone's Dollars trilogy is the best and most influential of the three. Honing the stylised visuals and dark humour of the original, Leone takes this opportunity to develop such future genre staples as the uneasy alliance against a common foe and the three-way shoot-out. But, while the pursuit of bandit Gian Maria Volonté by bounty hunters Clint Eastwood (motivated by greed) and Lee Van Cleef (driven by revenge) forms the core of the action, it's the attention to everyday detail and the symbols of a passing era (religion and the railroad) that give this operatic classic its distinctive aura.


An enigmatic gunslinger forms an uneasy alliance with a military veteran to track down a notorious outlaw - but tensions simmer as their very different motives for the hunt put them increasingly at odds. Sergio Leone's Western sequel, starring Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, Gian Maria Volonte, Josef Egger, Mara Krup and Klaus Kinski.

Cast & Crew

Man with No Name Clint Eastwood
Colonel Douglas Mortimer Lee Van Cleef
Indio Gian Maria Volonté
Old man over railway Josef Egger
Colonel's sister Rosemary Dexter
Hotel manager's wife Mara Krup
Hunchback Klaus Kinski
Member of Indio's gang Mario Brega
Member of Indio's gang Aldo Sambrell
Member of Indio's gang Luigi Pistilli
Member of Indio's gang Benito Stefanelli
TBC Roberto Camardiel
TBC Luis F Rodriguez
TBC Panos Papadopoulos
TBC Diana Rabito
TBC Giovanni Tarallo
TBC Mario Meniconi
TBC Lorenzo Robledo
TBC Tomas Blanco
TBC Werner Abrolat
Director Sergio Leone
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Other Information

Language: Some dialogue dubbed Colour Guidance: Violence. Available on: Available on video, DVD and BluRay


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