Trio of spoof spaghetti westerns. In 'They Call Me Trinity' (1971), Terence Hill is Trinity, a scruffy drifter who discovers his half-brother Bambino (Bud Spencer) posing as a town sheriff. When Mexican outlaws arrive and try to force a group of Mormons to leave, Trinity and Bambino intercede. Matters are further complicated when Trinity falls for two of the Mormon girls. The film was followed in 1972 by 'Trinity is Still My Name', in which Trinity and Bambino try to honour their father's dying wish that they become successful bandits, only to find that it is not as easy as they first thought. Their attempts at becoming outlaws only result in them rescuing a group of monks from a gun-runner. Henry Fonda stars alongside Terence Hill in 'My Name is Nobody' (1974). Nobody is faster than ageing gunslinger Jack Beauregard (Fonda) - until he meets 'Nobody' (Hill), a wily young gun who who has been hired to kill him. The film features a particularly playful score by Ennio Morricone.