One Dollar Too Many
One Dollar Too Many (Italian: I tre che sconvolsero il West [Vado, vedo e sparo], lit. 'The three who shook the West [I go, I see and I shoot]') is a 1968 Spaghetti Western feature film directed by Enzo G. Castellari and starring Antonio Sabàto, John Saxon, and Frank Wolff.
|One Dollar Too Many|
|Directed by||Enzo G. Castellari|
|Produced by||Dario Sabatello|
|Music by||Carlo Rustichelli|
|Edited by||Tatiana Casini|
Sabàto, Wolff, and Saxon are three different types of con men out to get a bag full of money stolen from a bank.
Director Enzo G. Castellari described One Dollar Too Many as "a true slapstick with an abundance of stuntment, exaggerated action and three important actors: John Saxon, who I finally got to meet, Frank Wolff and Antonio Sabato. Castellari specifically noted Saxon stating that both had similar tastes such as a love of art and that they both had "attended the Accademeia delle Belle Arti [Academy of Fine Arts] in Rome" where Castellari got his diploma. Saxon made several Westerns during the 1960s.
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