The film that launched the Spaghetti Western and the career of Clint Eastwood rides back into town.
Eastwood plays ‘The Man With No Name’, a laconic gunslinger a who plays two warring families off against each other when he drifts into the one horse town of San Miguel. – resulting in a high body count and some great cinema.
Made on a small budget and based on Kurosawa’s Yojimbo, director Sergio Leone's first part of his iconic 'Three Dollars Trilogy' not only defined a new era for Westerns but also featured some of the most memorable musical themes in movie history, thanks to composer Ennio Morricone.
Running Time: 1hr 36mins
BBFC Advice: 15
Director(s): Sergio Leone
Country of Origin: . Italy, Spain & West Germany
Year of release: 1964