COWBOYS, DYNAMITE, AND THOSE WACKY CLONES
It’s the return of our favorite spaghetti western duo this Saturday night. Join UNCLE PETE in THE DARK VAULT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN for the action packed sequel to Trinty – Trinity Is Still My Name. Starring, of course, Bud Spencer as Bambino and Terrence Hill as Trinity, we get a look at the home life of the boys and their family. After a bit of rollicking fighting, we find Bambino with his dear old Dad (Harry Carey Jr.). As Trinity arrives at the homestead, he gets the cold shoulder cuz Dad has found out about his boy disgracing the family name by giving away a herd of 30 horses that he had appropriated from an unfortunate bad guy (in the previous movie).
Like a bolt from the blue, Dad is stricken by some sort of attack and makes the boys promise him on his death-bed to restore the family pride by becoming good, successful outlaws. While wandering about the countryside, the spy a travelling farmer and his family and their stranded wagon. The decide to start fulfilling their promise to Dad by robbing these travellers but wind up helping fix the wagon (much in part to Bambino’s Popeye like muskles and in the meantime, Trinity takes a shine to the farmer’s daughter (Yanti Somer. The brothers travel with the family to town, get all duded up, engage in some brawling, card sharping, and fancy gun play and somehow get people to belive that they are federal agents (partly because that’s what they tell them). They discover a big time bandit terrorizing the area and stashing his booty in a nearby monastery, a fact that leads to yet more Trinity type fightin’ and funnin’. Directed by Enzo Barboni, it’s the 1971 feature Trinity Is Still My Name.
UNCLE PETE is moving in high gear back at the VAULT. El Vato has gotten into the dynamite and there’s no time to dally when that happens. So join UNCLE PETE this Saturday, May 26, 2012 at 10PM on channel 4. It’s Trinity Is Still My Name and it’s the feature presentation on the next DARK VAULT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN!