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The film The Good the bad and the Ugly was released in 1967 in America as the final chapter of the Dollar trilogy directed by Sergio Leone The film falls under the category of spaghetti Western a sub- genre of Westerns challenging the classic notion of the American DNA by rejecting the traditional narrative of natives and conquerors Spaghetti westerns are also known for criticizing American domestic and foreign policies The term was coined by Italian journalist Alfonso Sancha to describe films that were either produced or directed by Italian filmmakers Sergio Leone was part of the first pack of pioneers who tasted success at both national and international box office Sergio was clever select dead genre as Western films were a thing of the past for most film makers and studios in the early sixties It was the perfect time to reinvent and his first film A Fistful of Dollars was a remake of the Japaneses hit Yojimbo Sergio later and followed it up with For a Few Dollars More exploring the tale of bounty hunter mercenaries who people for moneyFollowing his two big hits Sergio was given free range as a director which meant larger budgets and more creative control compared to the previous two films In the Good the Bad and the Ugly the complex tale features the odd trio of The Good Clint Eastwood The Bad Lee Van Cleef and The Ugly Eli WallachThe film opens up during the Civil War where The Ugly also known as Tuco a Mexican outlaw about to be hanged is saved from the gallows by The Good also known as Blondie Blondie wants to form a partnership with Tuco- so he can hand Taco over to the authorities to collect a reward from the sheriff and before they are about to hang Tuco blondie saves his life The two later partner up in search of treasure and disguise themselves in confederate uniforms They leave the
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