This article starts with explaining how Spaghetti Westerns became popular. Europeans already liked westerns so they began creating their own. It continues to talk about how Europeans (Leone in particular) understood the way and rules to an American western but chose to break these rules. It even mentions how Spaghetti Westerns blurred the lines of a heroic character, using Eastwood from the Dollar trilogy as an example. Next, a timeline of Leone's films accompanied with videos is given, as well as some of Corbucci's films. A video for the film "They Call Me Trinity" (1970) directed by Enzo Barboni is also included. There are some comedic parts to this film as well as brutal violence. Overall, this article gives a great timeline and insight into Spaghetti Westerns, highlighting multiple directors, rather than only focusing on Leone and Corbucci.