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They Call Me Trinity

In order to protect a group of Mormons from Mexican bandidos, two brothers are forced to convert: a drifter and his brother, a sheriff who is actually a robber breaking the real sheriff's leg and left him for dead, and becomes sheriff in order to hide out.
Actors: Remo Capitani,
Remo Capitani
Remo Capitani 19 December 1927, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Luigi Bonos,
Luigi Bonos
Luigi Bonos 1910, Berlin, Germany
Bud Spencer,
Bud Spencer
Bud Spencer 31 October 1929, Naples, Campania, Italy
Gaetano Imbró,
Gaetano Imbró
Gaetano Imbró
Vito Gagliardi,
Vito Gagliardi
Vito Gagliardi
Riccardo Pizzuti,
Riccardo Pizzuti
Riccardo Pizzuti 28 May 1934, Cetraro, Calabria, Italy
Elena Pedemonte,
Elena Pedemonte
Elena Pedemonte
Ugo Sasso,
Ugo Sasso
Ugo Sasso 23 March 1910, Turin, Piedmont, Italy
Farley Granger,
Farley Granger
Farley Granger 1 July 1925, San Jose, California, USA
Terence Hill,
Terence Hill
Terence Hill 29 March 1939, Venice, Veneto, Italy
Dan Sturkie,
Dan Sturkie
Dan Sturkie 5 January 1924, Lexington, South Carolina, USA
Genre: Comedy
Director: Enzo Barboni
Enzo Barboni
Enzo Barboni 10 July 1922, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Country: United States
Release: 1970
IMDb: 7.4
Duration: 115 min
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CRITICS OF "They Call Me Trinity"
Chicago Sun-Times

October 23, 2004

The movie is a spoof of the traditional 1960s spaghetti Western. In fact, it is to spaghetti as spaghetti is to macaroni and cheese, a dish I have particularly disliked ever since the meat rationing days of World War II.