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On most prints (particularly Italian and international versions), no darkness filter is applied to the "day-for-night" sequences, resulting in sequences that are supposed to take place at night/early morning have a clear blue sky. American MGM prints do not contain this error. See more »
Psst. Hey - c'mere.
[the Stranger walks over to him]
Get out, and don't stop 'till you're out of town ten miles.
Look, I'm tired and I wanna sleep.
[Paco pulls a switchblade on him]
Ten miles. Trouble is, my horse out there is even more tired than I am. I don't think I can get the poor fella to take another step. And I don't want any trouble. 'Kay, boss?
[smashes a liquor bottle against Paco's head, killing him]
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"Un dollaro tra i denti" is a great spaghetti western, marked out by a good showing from Tony Anthony and -as usual- a show stealing performance from Frank Wolff. Jeah, there are just a few sentences spoken in this one, but that's not a big problem. However, when there are dialogs, they are great, funny and full of sadism. The story is not that spectacular, but the actors are doing their best. Frank Wolff, armed with a machine gun, shoots, shoots and shoots. However, he is not able to stop the stranger(Tony Anthony). And Tony takes revenge with his sawed-off shot gun. Moreover, "Un dollaro tra i denti" has a wonderful music score by Benedetto Ghiglia.Just breath-taking. This is definitely not a bad spaghetti-western. Let's say an underrated masterpiece. But keep in mind, you have to see it UNCUT. Otherwise it will be really boring.
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