The most recognizable building within Mini Hollywood is the "Bank of El Paso" featured in For a Few Dollars More. Despite it's subsequent uses in many other spaghetti westerns it still maintains much of it's original look today (with modifications to accommodate seating multiple park visitors to watch the "western show")
While I am unsure if the interior for the film was shot here or at the studio, currently the inside houses a museum of spaghetti westerns. Sounds pretty cool, right? Well it's not. Basically the inside is filled with old theater film projectors. A lot of them. Not cameras. Projectors. If you've seen one, you've seen them all, and trust me, they have them all. To me this is a HUGE missed opportunity. They should have props or wardrobe from these films featured. Or maybe a screening room of some sort as well. Bah! <end of rant>
Bank of El Paso becomes the Bank or El Pepsi
At least they filled the hole in!
Groggy is still counting!
The building has also naturally appeared in other westerns shot in the town. Often times looking quite different. LVC would return here two more times.
Background building in The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Monterey Bank in The Stranger and The Gunfighter