Sergio Leone - FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE - 1965
The Man With No Name calls himself Manco in this film. “Manco” is Spanish for “lame of one hand”, “one handed” or “one armed”, which is appropriate considering his habit of fighting, drinking, etc with his left hand only. His right hand always remains on his gun underneath his trademark poncho. 

Sergio Leone - FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE - 1965

The Man With No Name calls himself Manco in this film. “Manco” is Spanish for “lame of one hand”, “one handed” or “one armed”, which is appropriate considering his habit of fighting, drinking, etc with his left hand only. His right hand always remains on his gun underneath his trademark poncho. 

Sergio Leone - FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE - 1965
The Man With No Name calls himself Manco in this film. “Manco” is Spanish for “lame of one hand”, “one handed” or “one armed”, which is appropriate considering his habit of fighting, drinking, etc with his left hand only. His right hand always remains on his gun underneath his trademark poncho. 

Sergio Leone - FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE - 1965

The Man With No Name calls himself Manco in this film. “Manco” is Spanish for “lame of one hand”, “one handed” or “one armed”, which is appropriate considering his habit of fighting, drinking, etc with his left hand only. His right hand always remains on his gun underneath his trademark poncho. 

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