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Saturday Late Film: Trinity is Still my Name

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starring Terence Hill Bud Spencer
Trinity, hero of a series of spaghetti Westerns, and his rumbustious brother, Bambino, are involved with a band of outlaws, an impoverished pioneer family and a gang of phoney monks. This light-hearted film affords the brothers ample time for comedy along with their sharp shooting antics.
With DANA GHIA , EMILIO DELLEPIANE ENZIO FIERMONTE , TONY NORTON FRANCO RESSEL , JEAN LOUIS ADRIANO MERCANTONI and GERALD LANDRY
Screenplay by t. B. CLUCHER
Produced by ITALO ZINGARELLI Directed by t. t. CLUCHES , Films ; page 20

Contributors

Unknown: Terence Hill
Unknown: Bud Spencer
Unknown: Dana Ghia
Unknown: Emilio Dellepiane
Unknown: Enzio Fiermonte
Unknown: Tony Norton
Unknown: Franco Ressel
Unknown: Jean Louis
Unknown: Adriano Mercantoni
Unknown: Gerald Landry
Unknown: T. B. Clucher
Produced By: Italo Zingarelli
Directed By: T. T. Cluches
Trinity: Terence Hill
Bambino: Bud Spencer
Father: Harry Carey Jr
Mother: Jessica Dublin
Pioneer: Yanti Somer
Sheriff: Enzo Tarascio
Father Superior: Pupo de Luca

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Saturday Late Film: Trinity is Still my Name

BBC One London, 1 October 1983 22.50






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