Spaghetti Westerns

Clint Eastwood is synonymous with the Spaghetti Western.
Whether you knew him as ‘Blondie’ or ‘Joe Manko’ he was the man with no name, his natural style and matter of fact dry character with a sense of humor was his claim to fame-
There were two dozen before the 1964 “Fistful of Dollars.” But the film was such a hit, he said, it inspired more than 200 spaghetti Westerns in the following two years, half of them with “dollars” in the title

Why do we call it Spaghetti Western?
The term was used by American critics and those in other countries because most of these Westerns were produced and directed by Italians. According to veteran Spaghetti Western actor Aldo Sambrell, the phrase “Spaghetti Western” was coined by Spanish journalist Alfonso Sánchez.

This collection is designs from the movies, and we have put together some great ideas for you!
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