The good, The bad and the ugly movie poster and review


A classic movie The Good, The Bad and The Ugly directed by Sergio Leone. Starring Clint Eastwood (the Good), Eli Wallach (the Ugly), Lee Van Cleef (the Bad). Music by Ennio Morricone



  • Clint Eastwood: As Blondie,
  • Lee Van Cleef: As Angel Eyes,
  • Eli Wallach: As Tuco,
  • Antonio Casale: As Bill Carson.


The film follows Blondie (Clint Eastwood) on his quest for a few extra dollars. Angel Eyes (Lee Van Cleef), a hitman who only works when he is paid to do so. Also, Tuco (Eli Wallach), an outlaw with a hide to take care of. With Tuco’s bounty, he makes money with Blondie, but it’s an uneasy partnership between the two.

As a result of Blondie’s decision to untie their partnership, Tuco attempts to find Blondie. After they encounter a horse carriage loaded with dead bodies, Blondie and Tuco learn from the only survivor, Bill Carson (Antonio Casale), what happened. He buried a stash of gold in a cemetery with a couple of other men. Sadly, Bill Carson dies, and Tuco only learns the name of the cemetery. Blondie discovers the name on the grave.

To find the gold, both must keep each other alive.

Angel Eyes begins searching for Bill Carson and discovers that he’s been meeting with Tuco and Blondie. They also know where the gold is located. He just needs to be led to it by the two. In the end, the three fight it out in a fierce battle between the Union and Confederate armies. There will now be an epic battle between the good, the bad, and the ugly, to win $200,000 worth of gold.

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Trailer


Sergio Leone has always been known for his visual sense. Seeing raw western culture again is like experiencing it for the first time. By alternating extreme closeups and long shots, he makes much of the pic graphically electrifying. His descriptions of character are frequently overdone, resulting in laughable sentimentality. He overplays his actors (especially Wallach) to the point of absurdity.

Western movies are defined by the music of Ennio Morricone. Carlo Simi’s masterful baroque art direction contributes to the picture, as does Tonino Delli Collis’ photography. A famous part of the movie is the final duel.

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Final Duel

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly is a classic. It will always be a great work of art in the history on western movies.

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