Per qualche dollaro in più

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Per qualche dollaro in più (Italy · Spain · West Germany, 1965) was director Sergio Leone's second spaghetti western and is a quasi sequel to A Fistful of Dollars.

Also known as

For a Few Dollars More | Für ein Paar Dollar Mehr (Germany) | Por mais alguns dólares (Portugal) | Pour quelques dollars de plus (France) | Por unos dólares más (Argentina) | Por unos pocos dólares más (Argentina) | La muerte tení­a un precio (Spain) | Por unos cuantos dólares más (Spain) | Por unos pocos dólares más (Spain) | Por uns dólares a mais (Brasil) | Za kilka dolarów więcej (Poland) | Bir Avuç Dolar (Turkey) | För några få dollar mer (Sweden) | 夕陽のガンマン Yuhi no Gunman (Japan) | Za dolar vise (Yugoslavia) | Pro pár dolarů navíc (Czech Republic) | За няколко долара повече (Bulgaria)
For a Few Dollars More movie poster

Synopsis

Clint Eastwood returns from Per un pugno di dollari playing a bounty hunter. In order to hunt mentally unstable bank robber Indio, played by Gian Maria Volonté, who has just escaped from prison he teams up with Colonel Mortimer, played by Lee Van Cleef. Together they set about infiltrating Indio's gang and after escaping to mexico following a bank robbery they must kill the gang and Indio to collect the reward. Colonel Mortimer has personal reasons for wanting Indio dead, which allows Leone his first use of the flashback sequences, and allows greater integration of the music into story of the film.

Credits

  • Cast (Italian): Clint Eastwood (Manco / "The Man With No Name"), Lee Van Cleef (Col. Douglas Mortimer), Gian Maria Volonté (El Indio), Mara Krupp (Mary, innkeeper), Luigi Pistilli (Groggy), Klaus Kinski (Juan, the hunchback), Joseph Egger (Old Prophet), Panos Papadopoulos (Sancho, Indio henchman), Benito Stefanelli (Luke), Roberto Camardiel (Tucumcari stationmaster), Aldo Sambrell (Cuccillo), Luis Rodriguez (Indio bandit), Tomás Blanco (Tucumcari sheriff), Lorenzo Robledo (Blackie), Sergio Mendizabal (Tucumcari banker), Dante Maggio (Indio's cellmate), Diana Rabito (girl in tub), Giovanni Tarallo (Santa Cruz telegrapher), Mario Meniconi (prison warden), Mario Brega (Nino), Carlo Simi (El Paso banker, [sets and costumes])
  • Additional Spanish credits: Antonio Molino Rojo [as A. Molino Rojo] (Indio henchman), Eduardo Garcia (Indio henchman), Werner Abrolat [as Hans Abrolat] (Slim, Indio henchman), Enrique Santiago, Antoñito Ruiz (Fernando, kid), José Marco (Red Cavanaugh), José Aquilino Montoya [as José Montoya] (Paco, Indio henchman), Guillermo Méndez (White Rocks sheriff), Francisco Braña (Indio henchman), José Canalejas (Indio henchman), Jesús Guzmán (train passenger), Kurt Zips [as Kurt Zipps] (hotel proprietor), José Terrón (Guy Calloway), Román Arizravarreta (Cavanaugh henchman), Enrique Navarro (Martinez, ousted hotel guest), Rafael López
  • Uncredited actors: Peter Lee Lawrence (Mortimer's brother-in-law), Rosemarie Dexter (Mortimer's sister), Ricardo Palacios (Tucumcari bartender), Sandro Scarchilli (Indio bandit)
  • Director: Sergio Leone
  • Idea: Sergio Leone, Fulvio Morsella
  • Screenplay: Sergio Leone, Luciano Vincenzoni, Fernando Di Leo (uncredited), Sergio Donati (uncredited)
  • Cinematography: Massimo Dallamano (Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1)
  • Music: Ennio Morricone
  • Producer: Alberto Grimaldi

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Release Dates

  • Release Date: December 18, 1965 (Italy)

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