Duck, You Sucker! 1971
Title: Duck, You Sucker!
Original title: Giù la testa
Release year: 1971
Country: Italy
Genre: Drama, War, Western

A low-life bandit and an I.R.A. explosives expert rebel against the government and become heroes of the Mexican Revolution.

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“Duck, You Sucker!” is a 1971 spaghetti western film directed by Sergio Leone, starring Rod Steiger and James Coburn. The film was released under several different titles, including “A Fistful of Dynamite” and “Once Upon a Time… the Revolution”.

The film takes place during the Mexican Revolution and follows a Mexican bandit named Juan Miranda (Rod Steiger) and an Irish revolutionary named John Mallory (James Coburn) as they become unlikely allies in their attempts to rob a bank and overthrow the corrupt government.

“Duck, You Sucker!” is known for its epic scale and political commentary, as well as Leone’s trademark use of close-ups and long, drawn-out takes. It was not as successful as some of Leone’s other films, such as “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” and “Once Upon a Time in the West”, but it has since gained a cult following and is considered a classic of the spaghetti western genre.

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Director: Sergio Leone
Actor: Alberigo Donadeo,Aldo Sambrell,Amato Garbini,Antoine Saint-John,Antonio Casale,Benito Stefanelli,Biagio La Rocca,Claudio Mancini,Corrado Solari,David Warbeck,Felecia Sanda,Florencio Amarilla,Franco Graziosi,Franco Tocci,Furio Meniconi,Giulio Battiferri,Goffredo Pistoni,James Coburn,Jean Rougeul,John Frederick,Luigi Tripodi,Maria Monti,Memè Perlini,Michael Harvey,Nazzareno Natale,Omar Bonaro,Paolo Figlia,Poldo Bendandi,Renato Pontecchi,Riccardo Pizzuti,Rik Battaglia,Rod Steiger,Romano Milani,Romolo Valli,Rosita Torosh,Roy Bosier,Salvatore Basile,Sergio Calderón,Simon van Collem,Stefano Oppedisano,Tony Casale,Vincenzo Norvese,Vivienne Chandler