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My Name Is Nobody(Il mio nome è Nessuno)

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Italy, France, West Germany · 1973
Rated PG · 1h 57m
Director Tonino Valerii
Starring Terence Hill, Henry Fonda, Jean Martin, R. G. Armstrong
Genre Comedy, Western

All Jack Beauregard, one of the greatest gunslingers out West, wants is a peaceful retirement to Europe. However, a man named Nobody who sees Beauregard as his idol has different plans for him. He wants Beauregard to take on the 150 members of the gang Wild Bunch, all on his own.

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Slant Magazine by

Part elegy for the Old West, part in-jokey celebration of the spaghetti western’s popular ascendance over classical Hollywood models, My Name Is Nobody plays like a deeply schizoid production, albeit an amiable enough one that manages several brilliant passages.


The Dissolve by Keith Phipps

As a film, it’s ramshackle, with none of the narrative drive of Leone’s best work. But it’s held together by Fonda and Hill’s terrific odd-couple teaming, remarkable action scenes, and one of Ennio Morricone’s best, strangest scores.


The New York Times by Vincent Canby

My Name Is Nobody is terribly knowing. It has the manner of a buff who knows absolutely everything about a subject most other people haven't time for, but it's also very entertaining.

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