In 1964, Clint Eastwood landed the lead role in the movie a 'Fistful of Dollars.' He played a cowboy in this Italo-western film that became the first movie in a trilogy. Eastwood created a new type of cowboy, sometimes referred to as the 'Man with No Name' cowboy, who was tough, skilled with a gun, and ready to fight dirty. The second movie in the trilogy called 'For a Few Dollars More,' came out in 1965, and the third, 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,' came out in 1966. —Xfinity Entertainment Staff
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