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London Spanish Film Festival

Fifty years after its British release, Sergio Leone’s last instalment of his “Dollars trilogy” is considered one of the most influential westerns and remains a lesson on style. Made by an Italian team with heavy US financial investment, the film was shot in Spain, as it happened with so many westerns, leaving some fascinating memories in the people and places where shooting took place. Ennio Morricone’s distinctive original compositions are the perfect accompaniment to the stunning landscape, the long and captivating shots and the stylish image of Eastwood with hat, poncho and cigar remains forever an icon in popular culture.

BBFC rating
18
Year
1966
Running time
179 mins
Country
Italy, USA, Spain, W. Germany
Format
DCP
Director
Sergio Leone
Cast
Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef

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September 30th

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