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Byline: Sam QI heard once that A Fistful of Dollars was a remake.
Even with two European victories - Aidan O'Brien's pair Wrote and St Nicholas Abbey - Coral's Simon Clare gushed: "It was our best-ever Breeders' Cup - we won more than a fistful of dollars.
Byline: Richard Bacon A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS (15) JUST superb.
A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS **** FIVE 9pm First of Sergio Leone's "Dollars" trilogy, which created a whole new genre of Westerns almost overnight, and made a star out of Clint Eastwood (above), who plays the ice-cool anti-hero, The Man With No Name.
CLINT Eastwood wants a fistful of dollars - from a chair-maker.
That's why the plaintiff is here - because she, and those who represent her, want a fistful of dollars.
The Clint Eastwood A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS progressive jackpot hit for $808,000 at the Santa Ana Star Casino and for $705,000 at the Aladdin Casino.
A RARE collection of Clint Eastwood posters is set to make its owner a fistful of dollars at auction in London next month.