Clint Eastwood played The Man With No Name in three Sergio Leone western classics: A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Although the character's signature trait was the seemingly ever-present cheap cigar in his mouth, Eastwood actually loathed smoking. He especially disdained these particular cigars that were accurate for the period, but had a deplorable taste.
The Metropolitan Cigar Club is one of our favorite hang-outs. Located in Fairfield, New Jersey, this private club is the setting of many a classic movie debate - and is the best place to find guys who can recite every line of The Godfather. (Who says cigar aficianados aren't scholars?) The atmospheric decor is based on pre-revoution Havana. For info about joining, visit www.metrocigar.com