Drama Mystery War. Taglines: The man with no name is back The man in black is waiting! As if one wasn't enough. Genres: Western. Edit Did You Know? He took three frames of film one eighth of a second to draw, cock, and fire. Goofs The actor playing Guy Callaway looks nothing like the image on his wanted poster.
Quotes [ first lines ] Train Conductor : Tickets. Tickets, please. Thank you. Douglas Mortimer : Is this part of Tucumcari? Train Conductor : We should pass there in about three to four minutes. Douglas Mortimer : Thanks. Carpetbagger on Train : Well, eh, excuse me, but you made a mistake, Reverend.
I couldn't help hearing you're going to Tucumcari. I sell goods around here, and I gotta tell you, you're on the wrong train. When pressed, he gives the pseudonym Sanjuro Kuwabatake meaning "Thirty-year-old Mulberry-field" , a reference to his age and something he sees through a window. The convention of hiding the character's arms from view is shared as well, with Mifune's character typically wearing his arms inside his kimono, leaving the sleeves empty.
He also insisted on removing some of the dialogue in the original script, making the character more silent and thus adding to his mystery. As the trilogy progressed, the character became even more silent and stoic.
The "Man with No Name" sobriquet was actually applied after the films were made, and was a marketing device used by distributor United Artists to promote the three films together in the United States film market. The popularity of the characters brought about a series of spin-off books, dubbed the "Dollars" series due to the common theme in their titles:. A Coffin Full of Dollars provides some background history; when he was young, The Man with No Name was a ranch hand who was continually persecuted by an older hand named Carvell.
A villain walks in a room where a woman and her boyf Teen, 13 years old Written by CritiKid November 26, Second installment in Sergio Leone's fantastic trilogy. This film is the sequel to A Fistful of Dollars, and just like its predecessor, it got an R rating. Despite that, in today's world, it would probably run What's the story? Continue reading Show less.
Is it any good? Talk to your kids about Our editors recommend. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. A Fistful of Dollars. Guns galore in intro "spaghetti Western" serving. Dances with Wolves. Similar films. The Wild Bunch. High Plains Drifter. During their enterprise, there will be lots of bullets and funny situations.