PART OF A LINCOLN FILM SERIES: THE MAN WITH NO NAME TRILOGY
For the last three Tuesdays in February, join us at the Lincoln Theatre to watch a quintessential trio of Spaghetti Westerns -- director Sergio Leone's The Man With No Name trilogy, starring Clint Eastwood in his most iconic role and featuring the majestic soundtracks of composer Ennio Morricone.
In Sergio Leone's magnum opus The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Eastwood is back as "Blondie," who forms an extremely uneasy partnership with Mexican outlaw Tuco (Eli Wallach) in order to take on the sadistic mercenary "Angel Eyes" (Lee Van Cleef). As loyalties shift constantly and unpredictably, all three try to outsmart the Union army in an increasingly desperate search for a cache of Confederate gold buried somewhere in the desert.
Directed by Sergio Leone
Starring Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef
Italy | English | 1966 | Western | 178 minutes | R
Masks are recommended but not required.
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Lincoln Theatre Members get $2.00 off on the following prices with discount code:
Seniors, Students, and Active Military: $10.00
Children 12 and under: $8.50
All prices include a $2.00 Preservation Fee that goes directly into our capital account for the preservation of the Lincoln Theatre and its programs.