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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Clint Eastwood  Actor Eli Wallach  Actor Lee Van Cleef  Actor Aldo Giuffré  Actor Rada Rassimov  Actor Mario Brega  Actor

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Contains:Adult Situations,Not For Children,Western Violence

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

UPC: 027616672926

Studio: MGM

MPAA Rating: R   Contains:[Adult Situations, Not For Children, Western Violence]

Summary: In the last and the best installment of his so-called "Dollars" trilogy of Sergio Leone-directed "spaghetti westerns," Clint Eastwood reprised the role of a taciturn, enigmatic loner. Here he searches for a cache of stolen gold against rivals the Bad (Lee Van Cleef), a ruthless bounty hunter, and the Ugly (Eli Wallach), a Mexican bandit. Though dubbed "the Good," Eastwood's character is not much better than his opponents -- he is just smarter and shoots faster. The film's title reveals its ironic attitude toward the canonized heroes of the classical western. "The real West was the world of violence, fear, and brutal instincts," claimed Leone. "In pursuit of profit there is no such thing as good and evil, generosity or deviousness; everything depends on chance, and not the best wins but the luckiest." Immensely entertaining and beautifully shot in Techniscope by Tonino Delli Colli, the movie is a virtually definitive "spaghetti western," rivaled only by Leone's own Once Upon a Time in the West (1968). The main musical theme by Ennio Morricone hit #1 on the British pop charts. Originally released in Italy at 177 minutes, the movie was later cut for its international release. ~ Yuri German, Rovi

Category: Western

Awards: Film Presented – Telluride Film Festival

Features: 14 minutes of footage never-before-seen in the U.S.
Trivia and production notes
Original theatrical trailer
Dual-layer: The entire 161-minute feature on one side of the disc

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Format: DVD

Release Date: 01/28/1998

Audio: DD Dolby Digital

Runtime: 161 Minutes

Sides: 1

Number of Discs: 1

Language(s) English,French,Spanish

Subtitles: English,French,Spanish

Region: USA & territories, Canada

Chapters: Side #1 --
0. Scene Selections
1. Logo [:16]
2. Main Titles [2:43]
3. The Ugly [3:32]
4. Unwelcome Guest [3:58]
5. The Interrogation [4:55]
6. The Bad [2:04]
7. A Wanted Man [:33]
8. The Man with No Name [3:48]
9. Foiled Execution [3:04]
10. Setenza Gathers Info [1:50]
11. Foiled Execution #2 [2:17]
12. The Good [1:33]
13. Carson's Woman [1:23]
14. The Rope Bridge [1:07]
15. Gun Shopping [5:03]
16. Rebel Evacuation [1:44]
17. The Ambush [3:36]
18. "Blondie's" Noose [2:21]
19. Hot on the Trail [2:23]
20. Another Hanging [:59]
21. Into the Desert [6:23]
22. Wagon with no Driver [3:35]
23. $200,000 In Gold [2:27]
24. Pieces of the Puzzle [1:31]
25. At the Mission [3:37]
26. Sickbed Visitor [4:27]
27. Long Lost Brothers [3:57]
28. The Quest Begins [2:12]
29. Oncoming Troops [1:07]
30. Prisoners of War [2:21]
31. Roll Call [1:50]
32. Commandant's Orders [2:54]
33. Questioning Tuco [3:36]
34. Chorus/The beating [5:02]
35. A New Partner [1:50]
36. Leaving the Camp [2:44]
37. Tuco's Escape [2:31]
38. Cutting the Chain [1:04]
39. Town Under Siege [2:47]
40. The Looter [1:55]
41. A Old Enemy [1:18]
42. Searching for Tuco [1:02]
43. Together Again [1:59]
44. Two Against Five [4:18]
45. Sentenza's Note [:51]
46. Captured Again [1:51]
47. "We Want to Enlist!" [1:56]
48. The Bridge [2:53]
49. The Battle [3:50]
50. A Casualty of War [1:13]
51. Setting the Charges [4:35]
52. Blowing the Bridge [1:07]
53. Trading Cannon Fire [:50]
54. The Morning After [2:10]
55. The Wounded [2:00]
56. One Man Army [:47]
57. Finding the Cemetery [3:21]
58. Digging for Treasure [1:53]
59. Setenza's Return [1:11]
60. The Contest [6:56]
61. The True Location [1:27]
62. Tuco's Noose [4:06]
63. Like Old Times [1:30]
64. Finale [1:57]

Lucia Bozzola

The last and grandest film in the "Dollars" trilogy, Sergio Leone's The Good, The Bad and the Ugly (1966) is actually a prequel, featuring Clint Eastwood's serape-less Blondie in a search for stolen gold during the Civil War. While the titular trio's quest seems simple, Leone renders the proceedings epic through the constant intrusions of a chaotic, war-torn universe. Rather than an ideal space, Leone's widescreen desiccated western landscape is a harsh environment ruled by brutality, but, as Eastwood's ironically labeled "Good" affirms upon witnessing a fruitless military battle, state-sanctioned bloodshed is even more destructive than individual venality. Still, Blondie's dry wit and Eli Wallach's buffoonish "Ugly" inject the violence with dark humor, while Ennio Morricone's famed score alternates between stately and tongue-in-cheek. In a final shootout set in an enormous circular cemetery and composed of extreme close-ups of the three leads, Leone sends Eastwood's Man With No Name out on a properly operatic yet wry note. The "good" triumphs, but, in Leone's West, it's all relative. Greeted with critical disdain for its stylistic flourishes and sadism, The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly became a hit, and Leone's artistic influence can be seen from Eastwood's directorial work to John Woo's action theatrics. ~ Lucia Bozzola, Rovi

Cast and Crew: Silvana Bacci  Actor 
Antonio Casas  Actor 
Aldo Sambrell  Actor 
Sandro Scarchelli  Actor 
Sergio Mendizabal  Actor 
Chelo Alonso  Actor 
Enzo Petito  Actor 
Benito Stefanelli  Actor 
Livio Lorenzon  Actor 
Claudio Scarchelli  Actor 
Alberto Grimaldi  Producer 
Sergio Leone  Director 
Sergio Leone  Screenwriter 
Ennio Morricone  Composer (Music Score) 
Age  Screenwriter 
Furio Scarpelli  Screenwriter 
Luciano Vincenzoni  Screenwriter 
Clint Eastwood  Actor 
Eli Wallach  Actor 
Lee Van Cleef  Actor 
Aldo Giuffré  Actor 
Rada Rassimov  Actor 
Mario Brega  Actor 
Luigi Pistilli  Actor 

Country: Italy,Spain