Second in the great Sergio Leone spaghetti western trilogy, that is A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More and The Good, The Bad and the Ugly.
This is the tale of two bounty hunters, Lee Van Cleef's Colonel Douglas Mortimer and Clint Eastwood's Man With no Name (this time called Manco, because he doesn't need to use both hands for killing) whose roads cross more than once.
Perhaps it isn't as good as the other two, but it has good moments, particularly two:
- Lee Van Cleef and Clint Eastwood's duel. Clint punches Lee Van Cleef, who loses his hat. He walks to catch it, but Clint guns it away. This routine goes on 'till the hat is so far away that Clint misses. Then, Lee Van Cleef shoots Clint's hat from his head.
- Lee Van Cleef is about to catch a fugitive, but he escapes through a window. He calmly chases him, walks to his horse and reveals a rifle collection. Picks one, aims carefully at the running guy, and shoots him from a very long distance.