Starring acting giants Rod Steiger (In the Heat of the Night) as Juan Miranda, an amoral peasant-turned-outlaw, and James Coburn (Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid) as John Mallory, a dynamite-tossing Irish revolutionary who has fled to Mexico after becoming a fugitive in his own country. Together, they're a devilishly volatile mix of anti-establishment philosophies and violent tendencies as they attempt to liberate political prisoners, defend their compatriots against a well-equipped militia, and risk their lives on a train filled with explosives.
Documentaries: focus on Leone's political leanings, his maturing method and style
"The Myth of Revolution" Documentary
'Sergio Donati Remembers Duck You Sucker' Documentary
'Once Upon A Time In Italy' Featurette
'Sorting Out The Versions' Featurette
Restoration Italian Style
Original Theatrical Trailer
This disc includes the main feature
- Documentaries: focus on Leone's political leanings, his maturing method and style
- "The Myth of Revolution"
- Sergio Donati Remembers 'Duck You Sucker'
- Once Upon A Time In Italy
- Sorting Out The Versions
- Restoration Italian Style
- Location Comparisons
- Radio Spots- Photo Gallery
- Original Theatrical Trailer
English Hard of Hearing
Audio commentary by filmmaker Alex Cox (US version)
Audio commentary by film historian Sir Christopher Frayling (US version)
Interview with film critic and writer Kim Newman
Interview with Austin Fisher, author of Radical Frontiers in the Spaghetti Western: Politics, Violence and Popular Italian Cinema
The Myth of Revolution-Sir Christopher Frayling on Duck, You Sucker!
Sergio Donati Remembers Duck, You Sucker!
Sorting Out The Versions: An Analysis of Duck, You Sucker!
Once Upon A Time...in Italy- featurette
Restoration, Italian Style
This disc includes the following ( US Version): - A Fistful Of Dynamite - Duck You Sucker! - Special Features
This disc includes the following (Italian Version): - A Fistful Of Dynamite / Duck You Sucker! / Once Upon A Time...The Revolution - Special Features
dynamite not dollars!
- A Fistful of Dynamite review by CP Customer
Not in to westerns? Think again! Pathos, comedy, fantastic score, Coburn, explosives, masterful close-up camera-work and the IRA of all things. This film will change your mind. Lovable and truly engaging.
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A fistful of rubbish
- A Fistful of Dynamite review by SF
Here we have film trying to take the micky out of the old western and gangster films and it ended up being a basket full of, how can I say this without being rude?
We didn't like it at all and only watched to see how bad it could get and it exceeded our expectations