For A Few Dollars More (1965)
But as impressive as its sales were, the impact that For a Few Dollars More had was even more impressive. It is one of the few sequels in the history of cinema that is better than the classic film it follows. Leone pulled this off by not just retaining those elements that made the first so good, but also by both expanding and enhancing upon them. In the process, he answered the question that was raised with A Fistful of Dollars: would Clint Eastwood have what it takes to become an international star? The answer, as it is known now, was resounding yes.
For a Few Dollars More (1965)
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By far the rarest of the Clint Eastwood Man with No Name trilogy in the British Quad format, For a Few Dollars More also has the strongest artwork of the three. This is from the first release in 1965, a scarce and desirable format for this Clint Eastwood/Sergio Leoni "spaghetti" Western. The British quads have always been much more challenging to find than the American posters due to the quantity printed being far less. This British quad features the very best art format for the second in the Clint Eastwood "Dollars" trilogy. Great images of Eastwood and Lee van Cleef.
Clint Eastwood is known to generations of Americans for the 1959 to 1966 TV series "Rawhide;" and for the so-called spaghetti western movies: "A Fistful of Dollars" (1964); "For a Few Dollars More" (1965); and, "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" (1966). 041b061a72