Two bounty hunters with the same intentions team up to track down an escaped Mexican outlaw.
Title: For a Few Dollars More
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“For a Few Dollars More” is a Western film released in 1965. It was directed by Sergio Leone and starred Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, and Gian Maria Volontè. The film is a sequel to “A Fistful of Dollars” and the second installment in the Dollars Trilogy. It tells the story of two bounty hunters who join forces to capture a notorious outlaw, but their greed for the reward becomes a point of contention between them. “For a Few Dollars More” is considered a classic of the Spaghetti Western genre and is known for its memorable music, action scenes, and tense atmosphere.
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Director: Sergio Leone
Actor: Aldo Ricci,Aldo Sambrell,Antonio Molino Rojo,Antonio Palombi,Antoñito Ruiz,Benito Stefanelli,Carlo Simi,Clint Eastwood,Dante Maggio,Diana Faenza,Diana Rabito,Edmondo Tieghi,Eduardo García,Enrique Navarro,Enrique Santiago,Fernando Di Leo,Francesca Leone,Frank Braña,Gian Maria Volontè,Giovanni Tarallo,Guillermo Méndez,Jesús Guzmán,José Canalejas,José Félix Montoya,José Marco,José Terrón,Joseph Bradley,Joseph Egger,Klaus Kinski,Kurt Zips,Lee Van Cleef,Lorenzo Robledo,Luigi Pistilli,Luis Rodríguez,Mara Krupp,Mario Brega,Mario Meniconi,Maurizio Graf,Nazzareno Natale,Panos Papadopulos,Peter Lee Lawrence,Rafael López,Ricardo Palacios,Roberto Camardiel,Román Ariznavarreta,Rosemary Dexter,Sergio Leone,Sergio Mendizábal,Tomás Blanco,Werner Abrolat