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(Andy) #2751

My New Top 20 for 2018:

  1. For a Few Dollars More
  2. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  3. The Great Silence
  4. Once Upon a Time in the West
  5. Django
  6. A Stranger in Town (Un Dollaro Tra I Denti)
  7. A Fistful of Dollars
  8. The Big Gundown
  9. Duck, You Sucker
  10. Face to Face
  11. The Stranger Returns (Un Uomo, Un Cavallo, Una Pistola)
  12. Companeros
  13. Light the Fuse, Sartana is Coming
  14. The Mercenary
  15. The Return of Ringo
  16. Death Rides a Horse
  17. Navajo Joe
  18. Have a Good Funeral, My Friend…Sartana Will Pay
  19. Blindman
  20. A Bullet for the General

(tomas) #2752

This spaghie was always lurking around the edges of my Top. Such a simple yet cool film.

(tomas) #2753

Tony is back!

(Mickey13) #2754

Yeah, spot on. The characters’ depth may be severely lacking, but I love film’s autumnal atmosphere and Lavagnino’s splendid score.


My Spaghetti-Western ranking

  1. For A Few Dollars More

  2. Once Upon A Time In The West

  3. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

  4. A Fistful Of Dollars

5-9. The Big Gundown, Django Kill If You Live Shoot, Cemetery Without Crosses, The Grand Duel, My Name Is Nobody

10-13. Death Rides A Horse, Day Of Anger, Sabata, Django

14-17. The Forgotten Pistolero, The Unholy Four, A Pistol For Ringo, The Return Of Ringo

(RIshi) #2756

Hey guys.
I am new on the forum. Just watched A Fistful of Dollars, For a few Dollars more and I am hooked. I had a question: Aren’t Clint Eastwood’s other westerns such as The outlaw Josey Wales and High Street Drifter not counted among these films? I was just skimming through the top lists, and even searched but there’s no mention of these films.

(The Man With a Name) #2757

No because they are American westerns, not European productions.


If you look up the definition of a Spaghetti Western, you’ll see why.