Movie The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Sergio Leone (1966)

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is a 1966 Italian epic spaghetti Western film directed by Sergio Leone. Follow in the footsteps of Blondin, Sergeant Sentenza and Tuco.

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    During the Civil War, three men, preferring to focus on personal gain, set out to find a chest containing $200,000 in gold coins stolen from the Southern army. Tuco knows the treasure is in a cemetery, while Joe knows the name on the tombstone that serves as a cache. Each needs the other. But a third man enters the race: Setenza, a brute who doesn’t hesitate to slaughter women and children to achieve his ends.

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