“A Fistful of Dollars” on TV: the language difficulties on the set, the accusation of plagiarism and the other 8 secrets of the film

June 21, 2021 – 08:06

The first spaghetti western of the so-called “dollar trilogy”, signed by Sergio Leone, was released in cinemas in 1964

of Arianna Ascione

“When a man meets a man with a gun, the one with a gun is a dead man.” On Monday 21 June at 9.10 pm on Rai Movie it will be possible to review the first spaghetti western of the so-called “dollar trilogy”, directed by Sergio Leone and starring Clint Eastwood, which also includes “For a few dollars more” (1965) and “The good , the ugly, the bad “(1966): let’s talk about” A Fistful of Dollars “(1964), in which cast appear – alongside Eastwood who plays the role ofnameless man – also Gian Maria Volonté (Ramón Rojo) and Mario Brega (iconic face of Chico). The film, shot in just eight weeks, achieved great success all over the world – also thanks to the soundtrack, signed by Ennio Morricone – and relaunched the western genre, in that period in decline. Waiting for the broadcast, here are some little-known curiosities to be discovered.

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June 21, 2021 | 08:06

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