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Saturday, April 20
(1966) Weak moment for Clint Eastwood’s Man with No Name, as Lee Van Cleef’s ex-Reb officer proves range can beat speed in a gunfight – but then they team up to hunt ruthless killer Gian Maria Volontè (Christ Stopped at Eboli, Lucky Luciano) and all that bounty money. Highlights include Volontè’s electrifying prison breakout (a stunt he’d repeat in Melville’s Le Cercle Rouge). Eastwood keeping score – by bounty money tallies – of the body count; and Van Cleef striking a match off the hunched back of… Klaus Kinski! DCP. Approx. 132 min.
Part of Sergio Leone’s Clint Eastwood Trilogy.