Buono, il brutto, il cattivo, Il



...from Baker?

Tell Baker that l told him

all that l know already.

Tell him l want to live in peace,


That it's no use

to go on tormenting me!

l know nothing at all

about that case of coins.

Now that gold has disappeared.

But if he'd listened to me,

we could have avoided this altogether.

l went to the Army court.

There were no witnesses.

They couldn't uncover any more.

l can't tell Baker

what happened to the money.

Go back and tell him that!

Word's around you had a visitor...

...and Baker knows it.

Name of Jackson.

Jackson was here...

...or Baker's got it all wrong.

He's not wrong.

Maybe Baker would like to know

just what you and Jackson had to say...

...about the cash box.

That's not what l'm being paid for.

l'm only interested in

what name Jackson's hiding under now!

Why do you think Jackson

may be assuming another name?

l would have found him already.

When l start off to find somebody,

l find them.

That's why they pay me.

What is Baker paying you?

That your family?


Nice family.

What does he pay you for murdering me?


...to get the name!

The name!


Bill Carson.

That's what he calls himself now.

Here's a lot of money: $1,000.


...and some in gold.

That's a tidy sum.

But when l'm paid...

...l always see the job through.

lt's you.

Any information?

Too much.

He said quite a bit

that should interest you...

...and one or two things

that interested me.

Such as?

The name Jackson's hiding under is...

...Bill Carson.

That's your bit.

Keep talking.

He also mentioned somethin'

about a certain...

...cash box which just happened

to disappear.

That's my bit.

Anything else?

Not enough for you, huh?

Well, you don't have to worry.

He'll never say anything to anybody again!


Here you are.

Here, this is for you.

You did a good job for me.

Worth $500!

l almost forgot.

He gave me $1,000.

l think his idea was that l kill you.

But you know, the pity is,

when l'm paid...

...l always follow my job through.

You know that.

No pistol, amigo.

lt won't do you any good.

There are three of us.

You know that you have a face

beautiful enough to be worth $2,000?

But you don't look like

the one who will collect it.

A couple of steps back.

Thank you.

How much you worth now?

How much?


That's right, $2,000.

Yeah, $2,000.

Hijo de puta que te pari!

You'll pay for this!

l hope you end up in a graveyard...

...with the cholera, and the rabies,

and the plague!

Cut me loose!

Cut me loose, you filthy bastard!

Put me down!

l hope your mother ends up

in a two-dollar whorehouse!

Cut me loose! Cut me loose!

You can still save yourself.

Let me go, and l'll pardon you.

Let me go!

l feel sick. The blood is rushing....

l'm dry.

Agua! Water!

You swine! You son of a bitch!

You're brave with a man who's tied up!

Come back!

Come back and fight!

You bastard!

Who the hell is that?

One bastard goes in, another comes out.

Cut it out! Cut it out!

l'm an honest farmer!

l'm innocent of any--

So, you're an honest farmer.

You recognize this man?

Yeah, it's you!

Who says so? You can't even read.

Roll it up. Roll it up!

l'll give you a good idea

where you can put it.

To hell with all you sheriffs and deputies

and all who gave birth to you!

Hey, everybody, look! Look!

He's giving him the filthy money!


You've sold my hide!

But you won't enjoy any of that money,

not a penny.

lf there's justice,

that money will go to the undertakers!

Every penny of it.

You know who you are?

You want to know whose son you are?

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Luciano Vincenzoni

Luciano Vincenzoni (Italian pronunciation: [luˈtʃano vintʃenˈtsoni]; 7 March 1926 – 22 September 2013) was an Italian screenwriter, known as the "script doctor". He wrote for some 65 films between 1954 and 2000. more…

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