Favorite Movies: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Sergio Leone's 1966 spaghetti Western The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly ruthlessly depicts the brutality of the West as it tells the story of three self-interested gunfighters searching for $200,000 in buried gold. How well do you know the film?

1 of 15
What is the name of the eyepatch-wearing soldier that Angel Eyes is hunting for the first half of the film?
Thomas Franklin
Clem Monroe
Bill Carson
Steven Baker
2 of 15
What role did John O'Neill play in the production?
He played Angel Eyes' brother.
He served as executive producer.
He was the cinematographer.
He whistled the theme song.
3 of 15
What's the name of the wanted man Blondie finds to replace Tuco in the hanging scheme after their initial falling out?
The Rat
4 of 15
Whose brother runs the monastery where Blondie recovers after Tuco forcibly marches him through the desert?
Angel Eyes'
5 of 15
What does Tuco use to cut the handcuff binding him to the sadistic prison guard who's transporting him?
His gun
A cannonball
A rock
A moving train
6 of 15
In what country was the film shot?
The United States
7 of 15
What's written on the note Angel Eyes leaves for Blondie and Tuco pinned to a dead man in the cannon-ravaged town?
"You're dead."
"Ready to die?"
"See you soon, idiots."
A map to the cemetery
8 of 15
What actor played the comic villain Tuco, also known as "the Ugly"?
Gian Maria Volonte
Eli Wallach
Victor Mature
Richard Conte
9 of 15
Although Lee Van Cleef turned in an impeccably evil performance as Angel Eyes, he wasn't Leone's first choice for the part. Which actor did Leone originally want for the role?
Yul Brynner
Charles Bronson
Lee Marvin
Robert Mitchum
10 of 15
What name does Blondie eventually tell Tuco is on the grave where the money is buried?
Arch Stanton
Chet McCoy
William Grant
Forrest Collins
11 of 15
Which of the three titular characters appears first in the film?
The Good
The Bad
The Ugly
12 of 15
Which of the following isn't a part of the loose trilogy that includes The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly?
A Fistful of Dollars
Once Upon a Time in the West
For a Few Dollars More
13 of 15
What composer wrote the film's famous score?
Ennio Morricone
John Williams
Pino Donaggio
Bernard Hermann
14 of 15
What military conflict plays a central role in the film?
The American Civil War
The Spanish-American War
The Mexican-American War
The Mexican Revolution
15 of 15
Who dies in the climactic final Mexican standoff?
Tuco and Angel Eyes
Angel Eyes