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My Name is Nobody (Il Mio nome e Nessuno)

Genre:Western, Comedy
Release Date:December 13, 1973
Running time:111 minutes
Cast:Terence Hill, Henry Fonda, Jean Martin, Piero Lulli, Mario Brega
Director:Tonino Valerii
Producer:Fulvio Morsella
Writer:Ernesto Gastaldi
Distributor:Universal Pictures

Description: Spaghetti-Western star Terence Hill achieved international fame with 1974's My Name Is Nobody. A soldier of fortune, Nobody (Hill) is hired to gun down veteran outlaw Jack Beauregard (Henry Fonda). Before long, however, Nobody and Beauregard are bosom companions. When Beauregard announces his retirement, Nobody insists that the old man go out in one last, glorious shooting spree and tries to arrange for this to happen. The film was cut down to 117 minutes for the American release.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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