For a Few Dollars More (1965)

The Musical Pocket Watch

El Indio (Gian Maria Volonte) duels with an enemy, using the chime of his watch as a cue to draw.

Directed by Sergio Leone.

Released in 1965 by MGM.

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  • primary-genre: Classics
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  • prop: Watch
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  • setting: Old West
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  • theme: Survival
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  • actor: Diana Faenza
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  • actor: Francesca Leone
  • actor: Lorenzo Robledo
  • actor: Mario Brega
  • actor: Nazzareno Natale
  • actor: Luis Rodríguez
  • actor: Werner Abrolat
  • actor: José Canalejas
  • actor: Gian Maria Volontè
  • actor: Luigi Pistilli
  • actor: Frank Braña
  • director: Sergio Leone
  • producer: Arturo González
  • producer: Alfredo Fraile
  • producer: Alberto Grimaldi
  • cinematographer: Massimo Dallamano
  • composer: Ennio Morricone
  • editor: Giorgio Serrallonga
  • editor: Eugenio Alabiso
  • role-name: Nino
  • role-name: El Indio
  • role-name: Chico - El Indio's gang member
  • role-name: Slim - El Indio's gang member
  • role-name: Blacky's daughter
  • role-name: Groggy
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  • role-name: El Indio's gang member
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  • screenwriter: Sergio Leone
  • screenwriter: Fulvio Morsella
  • screenwriter: Luciano Vincenzoni
  • screenwriter: Fernando Di Leo
  • screenwriter: Sergio Donati
  • year: 1965
  • studio: MGM