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Spaghetti Westerns: 6dvd: Box Set @ HMV only £13.99 delivered

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A bargain price for a super collection! You can also get 9% cashback using Quidco! Directed by Sergio Leone and featuring the haunting music of Ennio Morricone, each of these film comes as a re… Read More
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9y, 4m agoFound 9 years, 4 months ago
A bargain price for a super collection! You can also get 9% cashback using Quidco!

Directed by Sergio Leone and featuring the haunting music of Ennio Morricone, each of these film comes as a restored, two-disc special edition DVD loaded with amazing extras including commentaries, making of features and deleted scenes.

Clint Eastwood stars in his trademark role of The Man With No Name in A Fistful Of Dollars. A mysterious gunman arrives in San Miguel, a grim, dusty border town where two rival bands are terrorizing the impoverished citizens. A master of the quick draw, the stranger soon receives offers of employment from each gang. But his loyalty cannot be bought: he accepts both jobsand sets in motion a plan to destroy both gangs, pitting one against the other in a series of brilliantly orchestrated set-ups, showdowns and deadly confrontations.

For A Few Dollars More also stars Lee Van Cleef. Eastwood is a keen-eyed, quick-witted bounty hunter on the bloody trail of Indio, the territory's most treacherous bandit. But his ruthless rival, Colonel Mortimer (Van Cleef), is determined to bring Indio in firstdead or alive!

Much imitated, never equalled, The Good, The Bad And The Ugly spawned an entire genre and influenced generations of directors including Peckinpah, Raimi, Tarantino, Woo and Rodriguez.

Starring Eastwood, a.k.a. "Blondie", as The Good with his trademark poncho, beard and thin cigar, Eli Wallach, a.k.a. "Tuco", as The Ugly, and Van Cleef, a.k.a. "Angel Eyes", this is the story of about three men searching for £200,000 in buried gold coins during the final days of the Civil War.
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#1
I'm sure you can pick up the three Dollars trilogy special editions for £3.99.

I got them from CDWOW for £2.99 each plus Fistful of Dynamite for the same price. I'd check but their site isn't loading right now.
#2
CDWOW has three spaghetti western set for £50.99!!!
#3
Thats the box set, I'm on about buying Fistful Full of Dollars, Few Dollars More and Good Bad and the Ugly... individually. They're not in stock though but usually dirt cheap and plenty of vouchers about for CDWOW.

HMV have two for sale at £4.99 and the other at £3.99.
#4
voted hot, do items from hmv come well packaged i mean if i ordered 1 dvd does it come in a jiffy bag or box, thx
#5
HMV always send boxsets out in sturdy packaging.
#6
A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS

DISC 1:
Anamorphic (16:9) Widescreen (2.35:1) Version
English DTS And 5.1 Audio
Optional English Subtitles
The Film: Fully restored with extended footage in a digipac
Audio Commentary by Sir Christopher Frayling

DISC 2:
# 'A New Kind Of Hero' - documentary about Sergio Leone
'A Few Weeks Off In Spain' - Interview with Clint Eastwood
'Cinque Voci' - featurette
'Not Ready For Primetime' - Monye Hellman discusses the prologue
Additional scene - 'The Network Prologue'
'Restoration, Italian Style' - featurette
'Location comparisons' - featurette
Rare double-bill trailer of A Fistful Of Dollars and For A Few Dollars More
Radio spots
'The Lost Prologue' - prologue shot in the 1970's with Harry Dean Stanton
Collector's gallery

FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE

DISC 1:
Anamorphic (16:9) Widescreen (1.85:1) Version
English DTS, 5.1 And French DTS, 5.1 Audio
Optional English, French, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, And Danish Subtitles
The Film: Fully restored with extended footage in a digipac
Audio Commentary by Sir Christopher Frayling

DISC 2:
'A New Standard' - Sir Christopher Frayling on Sergio Leone
'Back For More' - Interviews with Clint Eastwood
'Tre Voci' - Interviews on Sergio Leone
'For A Few Dollars More: The Original American Release Version' - featurette on alternative versions
'Restoration notebook'
'Location comparisons'
Rare Double-bill trailer
Original theatrical trailer
Collector's gallery
Radio spots

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY

DVD 1
Anamorphic (16:9) Widescreen (2.35:1) Version ("Extended version")
English 5.1, German 5.1 and French 5.1 Audio Options
Optional Czech, Danish, Dutch, English HoH, Finnish, French, German HoH, Greek, Hebrew, Croatian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovenian, Swedish and Turkish subtitles
Audio commentary with film historian Richard Schickel

DVD 2
'Leone's West' documentary on the making of the film with Eastwood and Wallach, and producer Alberto Grimaldi
'Leone's 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
'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
'Il Maetsro' featurette featuring Variety music critic on the creation of Ennio Morricone's unforgettable score
'Il Maestro Part 2' audio featurette offering an extended insight into Morricone's music
French trailer which includes clips deleted from the final version
4 Easter Eggs

The 6 DVDs come in a fold out digipak. The digipak is stored in a tin case
#7
what about single dvd's still in thouse little boxes or just jiffy, as they always turn up crushed if just a jiffy used.
#8
Single DVD's come in Boxes. Though the DVD's are usually really loose inside the Boxes, so I tend to find that the DVD is rocking around in the DVD Case half of the time. Especially when my Postie is especially vicious. Gonna pop a cap in his ass the next time he practically throws my DVD's through the letterbox!
#9
I dont think HMV use jiffy bags for DVD's, games or CD's.
#10
ok thx for that.
#11
ssabres
I dont think HMV use jiffy bags for DVD's, games or CD's.


No, as I said above, they use Boxes.
#12
Now £24.99 !

That did not last long :x
banned#13
check again
#14
I checked again, still showing as £24.99?

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