My Name Is Nobody (Il mio nome  Nessuno)
My Name Is Nobody (Il mio nome Nessuno) (1973)

A soldier of fortune, Nobody is hired to gun down veteran outlaw Jack Beauregard. Before long, however, Nobody and Beauregard are bosom companions. When Beauregard announces his retirement, Nobody insists that the old man go out in one… More

Rated: PG
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Release Date: December 21, 1973
DVD Release Date: January 8, 2002
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Alberto Abun

A classic film with a stunning soundtrack and a pretty magnetic and elegiac personality. [Full review in Spanish]

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Sean Axmaker
St@tic Multimedia

Part spoof, part farewell to the frontier myth, it's kind of a slapstick version of The Gunfighter.

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Keith Phipps
The Dissolve

While it all feels like a step down from the grandeur of Leone's spaghetti Westerns, that's part of the point, and part of the charm.

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Tim Brayton
Antagony & Ecstasy

La.rgely successful with some gaping flaws, and deeply experimental in a way that verges on upsetting

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Lafe Fredbjornson
Weird Western Comedy with Italian star Terence Hill teaming up with American star Henry Fonda. This unlikely pair exchange their own wisdom. The dialogue and… More
Tsubaki Sanjuro
A good premise, but there's hardly much to see or follow. No story or interesting characters, just a series of sketches to showcase Hill's charisma.… More
Alex roy
Well accomplished Western comedy, My Name is Nobody is a fine parody of the Spaghetti Western genre of film that was made famous by Executive producer Sergio… More
James Alvarez
An enjoyable light hearted western that shows how foley artists really used to love their jobs in the 70's.
Randy Tippy
Not as high on my list of favorites as it used to be. Tonino Valerii's tongue-in-cheek Spaghetti-Western has taken a beating at the hands of father time,… More
Stefanie C
a delightful and lighthearted spaghetti western. terrence hill is whimsical and impish. beyond the capers, there is actually a moral to the story.