A Fistful of Dollars Man With No Name Sergio Leone Poncho
The Man with No Name is the antihero character played by the famous actor, director, and producer Clint Eastwood, in Sergio Leone’s “ Dollar Trilogy” /“Man with No Name Trilogy” of Spaghetti Western genre films: “A Fistful of Dollars” released in 1964, “For a Few Dollars More” released in 1965 and “The Good Bad And Westernthe Ugly” premiered in 1966; the director is credited as the creator of Spaghetti Western genre. The character that made a distinct image of Clint Eastwood as a western hero is known by his iconic brown poncho, brown hat, cowboy boots, smoking cigarillos with his handsome tan looks, and talks only when it’s crucial. The character is universally known as “the Man with No Name,” a character called him “Joey” in the first film, which was even added in the credits at the end; although he didn’t have a name, as different characters in all the sequels given him various nicknames. The character, later on, appeared in the spinoff novels of the “Dollar” series. Clint Eastwood is looking handsome as ever in his iconic Man With No Name Poncho, worn by him in the Spaghetti Western trilogy. Here we are offering this beautiful poncho for the fans who love to get dressed like Clint. So, hurry up! All you need to do is; order your coat now.
This attractive rectangular men’s spaghetti western poncho is manufactured with superior quality wool blend material, with a soft viscose fabric lining inside. This stylish collarless poncho is excellently designed with a horizontal slit neckline. It is a pullover poncho. This men’s lovely wool blend spaghetti western poncho is available in dark grey color with white-colored apache design all over.