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5.0 out of 5 stars present, 21 Feb 2013
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This review is from: They Call Me Trinity [ 1970 ] (DVD)
bought this for my husband as he remembered watching it years ago and liked it and he was not dissapointed,he has watched it 3 times already
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4.0 out of 5 stars They Call me Trinity, 12 Jun 2013
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This review is from: They Call Me Trinity [ 1970 ] (DVD)
Trinity a laid back outlaw comes across his elder brother Bambino who has faked his identity so he can assume the role as town sheriff until his friends arrive so they can steal a heard of prize horses. Trinity then decides to become his deputy and together they come up against the corrupt Major Harriman who will do anything to get hold of a group of Mormons land.

This was the film that changed the Spaghetti Western for ever. Instead of the usual violent and gritty gunfights we get large scale brawls and fistfights in a childish light hearted manor which had never been seen in these Italian films before.

The director was Enzo Barboni (credited as E.B Clutcher) who was a talented cinematographer on films such as Django and Texas Adios. This was his second film as a director, his first was another western made the same year called The Unholy Four which was a very different film to this one.

For this new film he needed two special actors and he chose the perfect duo, one Terence Hill and Bud Spencer. Hill was in fact not the first choice, originally another actor called Peter Martel was cast but he broke his foot and had to pull out, but that was a blessing in disguise as he was more suited to playing villains and the child play like attitude that Trinity has wouldn't suit him. Bud Spencer plays Bambino a man who posses super human strength and has a more serious personality compared to that of Trinity (which is probably why he finds Trinity so annoying).

Franco Micalizzi score is great, featuring a catchy theme song (which was later reused in Django Unchained) and some memorable instrumentals.

Overall this is a great film and one that's well worth seeing for Spaghetti Western fans.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful, 11 Feb 2014
This review is from: They Call Me Trinity [ 1970 ] (DVD)
I find that those two actors (Bud Spencer and Terence Hill) are so fine.
I can watch their movies so many times ...and every time I laugh.

Corrado Ghinamo
(autor of "The Beautiful Scientist")
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