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For a Few Dollars More (1965) More at IMDbPro »Per qualche dollaro in più (original title)

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R for some violent content and brief nudity

It is implied that a man rapes a woman. He is seen removing her clothing, but there is no nudity and the scene cuts away before anything else happens. In a later flashback to this same scene, the woman's bare breasts are visible briefly, and the first 10 seconds of the rape with a man on top of a woman are clearly shown minus any further nudity.

A man approaches a door and listens to a man and a woman giggling and moaning implying they are having sex. The man then walks in and we see a woman holding her breasts, her nipples are not seen

Dozens of men are murdered in various ways but theres almost no blood.

A man is stabbed in the stomach but it's not shown.

A man is stabbed with a long knife. Not explicitly shown.The knife is seen sticking out of his back but no blood.

A woman is raped and then commits suicide by shooting herself. We see blood trickling from a wound in her side.

A man in a bedroom is shot multiple times in the chest with a rifle. His dead body rolls to his back and there is absolutely no blood or entrance wounds.

A man's wife and baby are shot. (Off Screen)

A man is shot in the head and the bullethole is shown in his forehead with blood trickling.

Another man is shot in the head and is shown to be an exit wound.The bullethole is shown in the forehead and the back of the head.

Two characters take a beating from a gang but no blood is shown.

A man is shot and killed and his dead body is shot a few more times (off screen)

Mild violence by today's standards, particularly given the length of the film, but still enough to justify its R rating.

Eastwood smokes for most of the movie. The main villian smokes marijuana cigarette in a few scenes.

Men regularly drink hard liquor at saloons.

Eastwood and Van Cleef are beaten by thugs, but not very graphically.Whilst the beating takes place,the main villain is laughing psychotically and his men start doing the same.

The main villain is portrayed to be mad, and some of his behaviour is disturbing as he takes pleasure in murder.

Flashbacks of a rape may disturb some viewers.

Argentina:16 / Australia:M / Brazil:12 / Canada:PG (Manitoba/Ontario) / Canada:A (Nova Scotia) / Canada:13+ (Quebec) (original rating) / Canada:G (Quebec) (re-rating) (2003) / Finland:K-16 (1984) (uncut) / Finland:K-16 (1966) (cut) / Germany:16 (Blu-Ray version) (uncut) / Iceland:16 / Ireland:15 / Netherlands:12 / Norway:16 (original rating) / Norway:15 (DVD rating) (2005) / Peru:14 / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:PG / South Korea:12 / Spain:18 / Sweden:15 (cut) / UK:15 / UK:X (original rating) / USA:Approved (Certificate No. 21240) (original rating) / USA:R (re-rating) (1989) / USA:M (re-rating) (1969) / West Germany:16 (nf) (cut)

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