Sergio Leone, 1965
This is one of the movies with which Sergio Leone invented the “spaghetti western” genre.
Set in New Mexico, the movie tells the story of two cowboys (Manco, the Man with No Name, Clint Eastwood and Colonel Mortimer, Lee Van Cleef) who are hunting the bandit El Indio (Gian Maria Volonté). Both want him dead, but for different reasons: the first for the bounty, the second to avenge his brother’s death. In the final duel, El Indio is killed by the Colonel who, satisfied with his vendetta, leaves the bounty to Manco.