This was one of those films that once you saw it you told all your friends they had to see it. When I went to see For a Few Dollars More about 6-9 months later the theater was half-filled on a Wednesday night which was pretty good and by the time The Good, the Bad and the Ugly came out it was standing room only with the waiting line a block long. By now the Leone films were looked upon as the James Bond of westerns. They would show all the $ films at Drive-Ins as triple bills for weeks and it wouldn't be over until 2 in the morning.
search around all the little theaters in Toronto looking for FOF and FAFDM. Finnaly got to see all three the same year. Later in Toronto they had a "Spend a day with Clint Eastwood". An all day event ... more
Fallbrook Square in the San Fernando Valley, CA. Movies opened on Wednesdays in those days and I went to see it that evening. Their were only 12 people in the audience. From the opening scene with... more
Maybe the best of all time...and dad could leave right after the 3 way gun fight because he would like to beat the traffic..and we could catch some snooze during the quieter parts of FAFDM so we... more
that would have been very cool to see. Toronto used to be so good for that...you could find movies playing FOR YEARS there...remember the Roxy? They would sometimes break down and show GBU..when they ... more
the Gay and a bunch more. Especialy the \Rio and Biltmore. Always had 3 films and changed every Thursday and Sunday. A lot of westerns, war movies, action films. Was a great time until they all got... more
he really dug westerns and HATED it. But it was a real groove just being with him and watching him go off on it. "What is WRONG with these people?? Can't they even SHAVE??" "Would it KILL someone to... more
A FEW DOLLARS MORE...both in Harrisonburg, Virginia (heart of the Shenandoah Valley.) Saw GBU the night it opened in Hollywood and same with OUATITW. Think I saw DUCK YOU SUCKER a few days after it... more