They Call Me Trinity
Lo chiamavano Trinità
Directed by E.B. Clucher (Enzo Barboni)
Italy
Year: 1970
A lazy, raggedy drifter named Trinity (Terence Hill) rides into a town where his horse-thief brother Bambino (Bud Spencer) is posing as the sheriff after leaving the real one for dead. Meanwhile, a gang of outlaws is involved in a fray when their leader decides that he wants the farm-land owned by a group of Mormon farmers. Bambino grudgingly joins his brother to lay the smack down on the evil land baron...
Cast
Terence Hill
as Trinity
Bud Spencer
as Bambino
Farley Granger
as Major Harriman
Steffen Zacharias
as Jonathan
Dan Sturkie
as Tobias
Remo Capitani
as Mezcal
Elena Pedemonte
as Judith
Gisela Hahn
as Sarah
Ezio Marano
as Weasel
Luciano Rossi
as Timmy
Michele Cimarosa
as The Mexican
Ugo Sasso
as Sheriff
Riccardo Pizzuti
as Jeff
Crew
Enzo Barboni (E.B. Clucher)
Story
Enzo Barboni (E.B. Clucher)
Screenplay
Aldo Giordani
Cinematography
Franco Micalizzi
Music
Giampiero Giunti
Film Editing
Enzo Bulgarelli
Set Design
Luciano Sagoni
Costume Design
Italo Zingarelli
Producer
West Film
Production
Delta Film - Pentavideo
Distribution
Filming Location
Italy, Parco dei Monti Simbruini, situated between Lazio and Abruzzo
Soundtrack