A slacker, unconventional gunfighter and his hulking, horse-stealing brother defend a Mormon hamlet from a land-grabbing Major, a Mexican bandit, and his minions.
They Called Me Trinity (Lo chiamavano Trinità…) is a 1970 Italian Spaghetti Western comedy film written and directed by Enzo Barboni (as E.B. Clucher) and produced by Italo Zingarelli. Terence Hill and Bud Spencer play two brothers, Trinity and Bambino, who help protect a Mormon village from Mexican bandits and the land-grabbing Major Harriman’s henchmen. It was shot on site in Lazio, Italy, with funding provided by West Film. Trinity Is Still My Name, the sequel, was even more successful than They Call Me Trinity.