Sergio Leone/Clint Eastwood Spaghetti Western Special Edition (2 Disc) DVD's (Fistful Of Dollars/For A Few Dollars More/Good The Bad And The Ugly) £3.99 each + Free Delivery/Quidco @ HMV - HotUKDeals
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The master of direction. The master of acting (cool) and the master of film scores. If you aint seen these films then you aint seen film, and for £3.99 Special Edition to boot. And The Good, Bad, Ugly has an additional 18minutes added to the film. Sheer class and genius.

Fistful Of Dollars
The first true Spaghetti Western follows the exploits of a nameless drifter (Clint Eastwood) who wanders into a town torn apart by greed, corruption, and revenge. The clever, tough-talking gunslinger then plays the town's two feuding families off each other for his benefit. As members of each family are planted in the ground, the gold in his pockets gets heavier and heavier. This violent remake of Akira Kurosawa's YOJIMBO made Eastwood a star, and sparked two sequels--FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE and THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY--to form what is now referred to as the Man with No Name trilogy. All three films starred Eastwood, featured Ennio Morricone's distinctive musical compositions, and were directed--in a wonderfully gritty style--by Sergio Leone. Although the film was not released in the United States until 1967, it was produced and released internationally in 1964.
Double Disc Set - Special Features
Newly Restored Version Of The Film Featuring 18 Minutes Of Deleted Scenes Added Into The Film
Audio Commentary By Genre Expert Richard Schickel
'Leone's West' Documentary ON The Making Of The Film With Eastwood, Wallach And Producer Alberto Grimaldi
'The Leone Style' Documentary On The Impact Of Leone's Spaghetti Western Phenomenon With Eastwood, Wallach, Grimaldi And Genre Expert And Historian Richard Schickel
'The Man Who Lost The Civil War' Documentary Into The Background Of The Setting Of The Film
'Restoring The Good, The Bad And The Ugly' Featurette On Reconstruction And Re-Recording Of Audio Tracks
'Il Maestro' Featurette On The Creation Of Ennio Morricone's Unforgettable Score
'II Maestro Part 2' Audio Featurette Offering An Extended Insight Into Morricone's Music
'The Secorro Sequence: A Reconstruction' An Animated Gallery Of Missing Sequences With Stills And Footage
Never-Before-Scene Extended Tuco Torture Scene, Which Was Dropped From All Theatrical Versions
French Trailer Which Includes Clips Deleted From The Final Version
Poster Gallery
Easter Eggs x 4
Widescreen 2.35:1 Anamorphic
Dolby Digital 5.1
Languages - English, German, French
Subtitles - English & German Hard Of Hearing, French, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Danish, Portuguese, Polish, Greek, Hebrew, Turkish, Czech, Slovenian, Croatian, Romanian
Region 2/PAL/Colour
Running Time 171 Minutes
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In the second film in Sergio Leone's Spaghetti Western trilogy (A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS being the first and THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY the last), the Man with No Name (Clint Eastwood) teams up with gunslinger Colonel Mortimer (Lee Van Cleef) in order to extract reward money from Indio (Gian Maria Volonte), a mean and vicious bandit. There is little doubt as to No Name's financial intentions in the hunt, but Mortimer seems to be driven by something a bit deeper. A series of flashbacks (which would become a Leone signature device) provides the background for Colonel Mortimer's anger and desire for revenge. Morricone's score combined with Leone's trademark long and lingering shots bring the viewer ever closer to the human side of the Man with No Name. Although the film was not released in the United States until 1967, it was produced and released internationally in 1965.
Double Disc Set - Special Features
Audio Commentray By Sergio Leone Expert Sir Christopher Frayling
A New Standard - Documentary: Sir Christopher Frayling On Sergio Leone
Back For More - Documentary: Clint Eastwood Taking About The Sequel
Tre Voci - Documentary: Three Friends Remember Leone
Restoration Notebook - Featurette: John Kirk On Restoring The Film
Original American Release Version - Featurette On Alternate Scenes And Releases
Double Bill Trailer - Rare Trailer Of A Fistful Of Dollars & A Few Dollars More
Radio Spots x12
Location Comparisons - Intercutting Film Clips With Current Footage Of Locations Set To Music
Collectors Gallery
Original Theatrical Trailer
Widescreen 2.35:1 Anamorphic
Dolby Digital 5.1 / Dolby Digital DTS 5.1
Lnaguages - English, French
Subtitles - French, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Danish, Portugese, Greek, Hungarian, Hebrew, Slovenian, Croatian, Bulgarian
Hard Of Hearing Subtitles - English
Region 2 / PAL / Colour
Running Time 126 Minutes
[mod]#2
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The culmination of Leone's renowned "Dollars" series of spaghetti westerns that includes A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS (1964) and FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE (1965). Set during the Civil War, this wagonload of grit carries three desperados whose squinting eyes are fixed on a Confederate treasure. While dodging authorities, the Good (Eastwood) the Bad (Van Kleef) and the Ugly (Wallach) keep busy by stabbing each other firmly in the back hoping to beat the others to the gold. The climax comes with the gripping stand-off at the cemetery. A typical Leone picture with brooding vistas, leisurely langorous pacing, operatic violence and a haunting score from Morricone.
Double Disc Set - Special Features
Newly Restored Version Of The Film Featuring 18 Minutes Of Deleted Scenes Added Into The Film
Audio Commentary By Genre Expert Richard Schickel
'Leone's West' Documentary ON The Making Of The Film With Eastwood, Wallach And Producer Alberto Grimaldi
'The Leone Style' Documentary On The Impact Of Leone's Spaghetti Western Phenomenon With Eastwood, Wallach, Grimaldi And Genre Expert And Historian Richard Schickel
'The Man Who Lost The Civil War' Documentary Into The Background Of The Setting Of The Film
'Restoring The Good, The Bad And The Ugly' Featurette On Reconstruction And Re-Recording Of Audio Tracks
'Il Maestro' Featurette On The Creation Of Ennio Morricone's Unforgettable Score
'II Maestro Part 2' Audio Featurette Offering An Extended Insight Into Morricone's Music
'The Secorro Sequence: A Reconstruction' An Animated Gallery Of Missing Sequences With Stills And Footage
Never-Before-Scene Extended Tuco Torture Scene, Which Was Dropped From All Theatrical Versions
French Trailer Which Includes Clips Deleted From The Final Version
Poster Gallery
Easter Eggs x 4
Widescreen 2.35:1 Anamorphic
Dolby Digital 5.1
Languages - English, German, French
Subtitles - English & German Hard Of Hearing, French, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Danish, Portuguese, Polish, Greek, Hebrew, Turkish, Czech, Slovenian, Croatian, Romanian
Region 2/PAL/Colour
Running Time 171 Minutes
#3
It really doesn't get better than these films.
#4
And these are the current definitive versions.
[mod]#5
ElBuc
It really doesn't get better than these films.


True. I'm still waiting 30+ years after first watching these to find a film that comes close. Just posted "Unforgiven" 2 Disc DVD, and that will just about round off a nice day infront of the box watching Clint at his best.:thumbsup:
banned#6
the good the bad & the ugly is one of the greatest films ever
#7
aberfal
the good the bad & the ugly is one of the greatest films ever


so so true
#8
[mod]#9
KELLY 'N' STEVE


Better value?? What?? How can that post be better value?? They work out at £2.25 each DVD and this one works out at £2 each DVD.They are the old copies. They are single edition films. They are poor screen ration. They are cropped.

That's like saying, "ooh I saw a 42" LCD TV for £300, but I'm gonna buy this black and white portable and VHS combined 'cos it's better value at £330":p

Anyway, it's a repost of this http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/303312/good-bad-ugly-fistful-of-dollars-fe/
#10
KELLY 'N' STEVE


That collection is cheaper - but it's the non-remastered cropped single-disc versions - if you don't want the best quality and extras then it is better value. :whistling:
[mod]#11
wombat6025
That collection is cheaper - but it's the non-remastered cropped single-disc versions - if you don't want the best quality and extras then it is better value. :whistling:


It's still not better value, as it works out more per disc in that deal posted by whizzkid

However, if you want to buy all three as special editions I just posted this bargain
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/323197/spaghetti-westerns-a-fistful-of-dol/
banned#12
andywedge
It's still not better value, as it works out more per disc in that deal posted by whizzkid

However, if you want to buy all three as special editions I just posted this bargain
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/323197/spaghetti-westerns-a-fistful-of-dol/


wedgey i feel your passion man ive never seen you talk so much lol

but they are truely great films ive just started building my john wayne collection i want all his films in one complete set so designing new case art so they go from first to last and cmplete the dvd picture on the side

some either like the duke or they like clinty but i like em both

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