Duck, You Sucker

Production year: 1971

Western PG   Running time: 2:37

IMDB rating:   7.7     Aspect: Wide;  Languages: English, French, Spanish;  Subtitles: English, French, Spanish;  Audio: DD 5.1

A different sort of Sergio Leone Western, this one takes place during the Mexican Revolution, with more politics than usual. But there's still plenty of action, with Rod Steiger as a cigar-chomping peasant who robs banks to liberate political prisoners, and James Coburn as an Irish terrorist trying to flee from his bitter past. They team up to thwart a sadistic officer and help the cause; redemption for the more subdued Coburn provides added depth. This contains the longer uncut version (released in Italy) known as Duck, You Sucker, featuring more flashbacks, more politics, and a more unsavory Steiger. But it's terrific fun, with Ennio Morricone's moody score and Coburn's most underrated performance.



Audio commentary
Photo gallery
Trailers/TV spots

Special features

Audio Commentary by Noted Film Historian Sir Christopher Frayling
Audio Commentary: Filmmaker Alex Cox
Featurette: The Myth of the Revolution
Featurette: Sergio Donati Remembers
Featurette: Once Upon a Time in Italy (The Autry Exhibition)
Featurette: Restoration Italian Style
Featurette: Sorting out the Versions
Featurette: Location Comparisons
“Trailers from Hell” with Brian Trenchard-Smith
Animated B&W Image Gallery, Animated Color Image Gallery
6 Radio Spots
Duck, You Sucker