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« : November 17, 2003, 04:37:50 PM »

In "For a few dollars more", when Mortimer gets off the train at the beginning, he goes into the saloon, where he confronts the bartender and says, "Where is he" as he holds a copy of the Wanted poster in front of him. Well, the guy in the saloon playing the piano is playing an awesome tune, very western sounding. Anyone know the name of this tune? Where I can find out? clinteastwood.net does not have it listed under the movie's songs. Is this lost forever? I've wanted to know this for years so I could get the sheet music for it. HELP PLEASE!! :-\

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« #1 : November 18, 2003, 10:07:52 AM »

Try and search via 'Ragtime' tunes, like Scott Joplin or others. I guess it's a popular tune from the era and not specially composed for the film (as it didn't have any credits). (The similar type of tune in O.T.W. was specially composed by Ennio Morricone, of course). Good luck!

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