A Western-type movie made with Italian, French, and Spanish financial backing, and usually filmed in southern Italy or Spain. (Look for the POW train in The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly for the narrow-gauge railway not used in the U.S.) All the Italian money and locations helped coin the term, Spaghetti Western.

It's generally agreed that Sergio Leone made the best of these, indeed, most are never dubbed from their Italian. Franco Nero's (the older gray-haired guy in A Fistful of Dollars and For a Few Dollars More) earliest work was almost always in this genre, most never made it out of Europe.

Hang 'em High was the Americanized Italy-influenced attempt at this genre. It was aimed at the wrong audience, who had grown up on John Wayne as opposed to the nearly mythical, totally historically wrong (this is not a bad thing) Spaghetti Western.