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Morricone had been at school with Leone (at the Institute of Saint Juan Baptiste de la Salle) and became a pop-song arranger in the early sixties, having graduated from the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome. Morricone maintains that he drifted into filmscoring: ‘I thought a filmmaker must call me because he thinks what I write is fine…so it happened that a director called me, then another, and another’. He scored some of the earliest spaghettis, including Gunfight in the Red Sands (1963) and Pistols Don’t Argue (1964), but Leone wasn’t keen on Morricone’s previous scores.
For the starring role of Ringo (also known as ‘Angel Face’), Tessari hired a young actor already established as a spaghetti-western star – Giuliano Gemma. Gemma had appeared in a towel in the background of the Roman baths sequence of Ben Hur (1959) and in Luchino Visconti’s The Leopard (1961). Then he landed the lead in Tessari’s action-packed epic Sons of Thunder as Krios, the youngest and most acrobatic of the Titans. Gemma also appeared in pedestrian muscleman movies like Revolt of the Praetorians (1964), which featured Richard Harrison as a mysterious avenger who terrorises the neighbourhood wearing a wolf mask.
Kurosawa claimed copyright infringement on his original story and was allowed distribution rights in Japan as compensation. The international rights were secured by United Artists, who gave it an expensive, eye-catching publicity campaign. ’, an accurate prediction, as they already had the sequel to release later that year. Eastwood’s stranger was dubbed ‘the man with no name’ in the US and the UK. Elsewhere he was known as ‘The fastest draw in Italian cinema’. In Italy he was ‘Joe, il Straniero’ or ‘Il Cigarillo’, while in South America he was ‘Los Pistolero con Los Ojos Verde’ (‘the gunman with green eyes’).