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An original French movie poster for the Spaghetti Western For A Few Dollars More
An original French movie poster for the Spaghetti Western For A Few Dollars More
An original French movie poster for the Spaghetti Western For A Few Dollars More
An original French movie poster for the Spaghetti Western For A Few Dollars More

For A Few Dollars More - 1965

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£860.00
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Condition: Very Good.

Linen backed!

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Size: 58 cm x 79 cm (23 in x 31 in), plus linen border

A guaranteed original French 'moyenne' movie poster from 1966 for Sergio Leone's 1965 spaghetti western "For A Few Dollars More" with Clint Eastwood reprising his role as 'Manco', the man with no name.

The follow up to For A Few Dollars More and the second movie of 'the Dollars Trilogy', sees Eastwood's bounty hunter join forces with Lee Van Cleef's 'Colonel Mortimer' as they set out to collect the bounties on a band of ruthless outlaws.

Eastwood and Van Cleef would return in the final episode of the trilogy, 1966's classic The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.

Tarantino's Once Upon A Time In Hollywood has introduced the spaghetti western to a new generation of fans and, with the prominent use of movie posters within the film, increased the desire for illustrated Western posters.

This wonderful example was produced for the film's first release in France. The incredible artwork is by Italian artist Vanni Tealdi. Originally issued folded, it has since been linen-backed (a process that stabilises and helps preserve the poster) and as our hi-res photos show, now displays amazingly well. We love it!

We only sell guaranteed original movie posters. We do not sell reproductions.

Note: This poster is priced unframed. Photos showing framed and 'in room' images are for illustration only. Please check our hi-res images and the sizing information shown above.