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For A Few Dollars More - Disappearing Ink
In the opening scenes of the movie, the wanted poster of Guy Callaway that Colonel Mortimer (Lee Van Cleff) takes down from the Tucumcari train station wall shows the two prominent zeroes an insulted Callaway added by hand. Yet a few minutes later when Mortimer slides the poster under Callaway's hotel room door (not only does the tightly rolled poster stay flat but) the two added zeroes are missing.
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cactus writes:
Does anyone know who Guy Calloway is and what director Sergio Leone has against him? His name also appears on a Wanted poster in THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY. In the scene where Tuco (Eli Wallach) is tied up on the jail's porch, having just been turned in by Blondie (Eastwood) for the first time, the name on the Wanted poster the sheriff unrolls and waves in Tuco's face is GUY CALLOWAY!
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mr. large writes:
Sergio Leone created the 'spaghetti' westerns as a continuing sort of story, they were all supposed to be at the same time and about 'the man with no name' later identified as Manco(Clint Eastwood).
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