The so-called spaghetti Western achieved its apotheosis in Sergio Leone's magnificently mythic (and utterly outlandish) Once upon a Time in the West. After a series of international hits starring Clint Eastwood (from A Fistful of Dollars to The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly), Leone outdid himself with this spectacular, larger-than-life, horse-operatic epic about how the West was won.
From the innovative "James Bond Western" style of A Fistful of Dollars (1964) to the complete restoration of Duck You Sucker (1971), The Sergio Leone Anthology pays lavish tribute to one of the greatest of all Italian directors. A lifelong film buff deeply influenced by the movies he enjoyed as an uneducated youth in southern Italy, Leone (1929-1989) had officially directed only one previous film (1961's The Colossus of Rhodes) when he recruited a relatively unknown American TV star named Clint Eastwood (on a modest salary of $15,000) and made cinema history with A Fistful of Dollars, not the first Western made by an Italian but certainly the first truly Italian entry in the "Spaghetti Western" genre that Leone virtually invented.
PISTE AUDIO EN FRANCAIS ( ENGLISH AND FRENCH LANGUAGE ) Et pour quelques dollars de plus (Per qualche dollaro in più) est un western spaghetti réalisé par Sergio Leone en 1965.Ils sont deux chasseurs de primes sur les traces de l'Indio, un tueur mexicain sadique. Mais entre l'Etranger sans nom, mal rasé, qui transporte, indifférent, la mort à la semelle de ses bottes et le Colonel qui veut venger le meurtre de sa soeur, c'est une rivalité impitoyable.