My Name Is Nobody


One of Henry Fonda's final Westerns casts him as a veteran gunslinger hounded to go out in a blaze of glory by the hero-worshipping Nobody (Terence Hill). Part joke, part tribute, it bears the heavy hand of producer Sergio Leone - - who probably directed at least as much as credited helmer Tonino Valerii. Playful, unique and sometimes irritating, it's an always-watchable oddity, with Hill (aka Mario Girotti), who appeared in a series of Westerns, at the peak of his Spaghetti-spoofing powers.

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