Il mio nome è Nessuno (1973)

 


 

Nobody, but "Nobody," knows the trouble he's in!

A young, easygoing gunman (Hill) worships and competes with an old gunfighter (Fonda) who only wants to retire. Full summary »

Genre: Western,Comedy

Il mio nome è Nessuno (1973)
   
Release Date: June 1974 (USA)
Country: Italy , France , West Germany
Director: Tonino Valerii

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Cast:
  • Terence Hill
  • Henry Fonda
  • Jean Martin
  • R.G. Armstrong
  • Karl Braun
  • Leo Gordon
  • Steve Kanaly
  • Geoffrey Lewis
  • Neil Summers
  • Piero Lulli
  • Mario Brega
  • Marc Mazza
  • Benito Stefanelli
  • Alexander Allerson
  • Rainer Peets


33 Responses to Il mio nome è Nessuno (1973)

  1. Jacknife-Megs
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_gCLa7SeRQ

    Last Films :

    Ran : 8,5

    Edge Of Darkness : 7

    The Bad Lieutenant : 5,5

  2. ChrisD1984
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    I swear that this film also has Joseph Egger playing an old man at a pool table, the strange thing is that Joseph Egger died in 1966 according to his imdb page. Egger is probably most famous for playing the old clairvoyant and wise man in the first two films of the Dollars trilogy. Imdb also lists no posthumous credits under his name and the character in My Name is Nobody is undeniably the same actor. Can anyone explain this conundrum?

  3. willmaster13
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    Between all the nameless caracters in the spaghetti westerns (The Man With No Name, Harmonica, Nobody etc.), which one do you prefer ?

    I love The Man With No Name and Harmonica but Nobody bugs me a little bit.

    Please forgive my spelling mistakes, I usually speak French.

  4. Hukkk
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    That’s I’ll I’ve got to say. I’ll try not to even think of this movie again.

  5. jspiel-1
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    I knew I had seen this somewhere before. The slap scene from My Name Is Nobody. Sprint uses it in the Who’s Faster ad campaign. But what I don’t know is, is that Henry Fonda Terence Hill is slapping?

  6. tricksofthetrade
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    Did any else find the urinal scene very bizzare?

    I mean the engineer is trying to take a leak and Nobody stand right across him and stares at him for a good 3 min, not saying anything!! Then Nobody starts to whistle a note! And again! This has to rank up there with the more bizzare and hilarious scenes in cimenatic history.

  7. HateBall
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    I was thinking of watching this film. I don’t like like westerns which are farcical or too whimsical & sentimental. Is it anything like Ballad of Cable Hogue (which I loved)or more like Mclintok (didn’t like). Should I watch it?

    http://www.imdb.com/mymovies/list?l=18757105

  8. soupphysics
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    What’s up with that?

  9. leamond-allen
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    Which of the European westerns do you like the most, including German or

    other Euro-weterns ? Favorite Euro- cowboys, Jean-Louis Trintignant, for

    example ?

  10. DHunter987
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    If this movie takes place in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s why are Jack (fonda) and Nobody (Hill) using old outdated model colt revolvers (1851 navy’s I belive, which were made before the civil war). Also, at the end why do the wild bunch explode when jack shoots at them. I admit i havent seen the whole movie so there may be another scene explaining this, but id appreciate it is somebody cleared this up.

    two kinds of people in the world,those with loaded guns and those who dig…you dig.

  11. Rowi111
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    What do you all think? Very different, but man was it entertaining. Beautiful ending. Genius.

    Donnie: Why do you wear that stupid bunny suit?

    Frank: Why are you wearing that stupid man suit?

  12. Mattbasterson
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    Does anyone know anything about the shooting locations?

  13. mamanbrigitte
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    Anyone knows in what language was the movie shot (what language were the actors speaking on the set) ?

    the details say italian but is that true ? if not what does mean language : italian in the additional details ?

  14. burnsnathan-1
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    I love spaghetti westerns and this one is a great for providing a humorous twist. Quick question though (I mailed the disc back yesterday, otherwise I’d watch the last 5 minutes and not have to ask you guys) – what happened at the very end? I remember laughing at what Nobody was saying/thinking at the very end, his summary of what had happened.

    All I can remember is that it was a very funny recap of the film. If you can help me out I’d appreciate it. Thanks!

  15. mettallmk
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    When Jack meets Nobody at the cemetery there’s a grave with the name Sam Peckinpah…Peckinpah was alive at that time…so was this a mean joke?

    I loved the movie, but this bugs me.

  16. daveinmaine12
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    Anyone notice that in addition to the fact that the outlaw gang is called "The Wild Bunch" the indian cemetary contains a grave labeled "Sam Peckinpah"? Any history behind this?? Or just a reference?

  17. baefild
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    It looks in parts like it is sped up film, even though the actors seem to be moving at a normal rate. Is this due to just increasing the shudder speed or is it some other camera trick. i know that what ever it was it produced a crazy dizzying feel, very nice.

  18. Zululundi
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    The final showdown was filmed right in front of the Cornstalk Hotel at 915 Royal St. in the French Quarter of New Orleans.

  19. zebra_fish05
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    I love this films theme, one of Ennio Moricone’s stranger ones.

    Anyone else like it?

  20. leone_corbucci_solli-1
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    Here’s the link and I’d appreciate if you could pass this on. Don’t worry it’s free to sign . Donation thing may pop up , but that’s optional.

    http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/spag9mgm/?e

  21. edmax76
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    I wish Sergio’s parents would’ve owned a little pizza place on Cicero & North Ave. He would’ve devoted his life’s work to producing top notch Italian fare for fat Chicagoans. After a hard day’s work, I could go into Leone’s Pizza and enjoy a slice of stuffed pie. Instead, I rent the corniest westerns ever made. He’s the king of stupid-artsy westerns, and this film tops them all. That carnival scene couldn’t have been worse. My six year old nephew walked out of the room after the funhouse mirror scene and asked why I was still watching this garbage. Also, what’s with the midgets? Leone must have a midget fetish. AND, if I read another positive review about that stupid music I’m gonna snap. I don’t care if it’s a silly take on a previous score – I wanted to slip an ice pick into my eardrums. Fonda’s character and the last 20 minutes of the movie were the only shining moments. 3 out of 10.

  22. saucerful
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    I’d been meaning to post about this but I kept forgetting.

    Anyway, I noticed when I first got the German Paramount special edition (which is very nice, by the way) that there is one line that seems to be censored. On the Paramount release, when Jack Beauregard goes to see Red, Red tells Jack to "go screw himself" before the scene cuts. I seem to recall on another version of the film (probably the Image Entertainment release, but I don’t recall) that Red actually tells Jack to "go [email protected]#$ himself".

    Which version is the authentic cut? Or am I just imagining that line altogether?

  23. Anonymous
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  24. Thread_Killer_of_IMDb
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    what was the name Nobody reads off the cemetary markers between "Sam Peckinpah" and "Nevada Kid?" it sounded like an inuendo name and i remember laughing, but can remember what he said.

    answered: "He-no-poke-no-mo"

    also, in the funhouse mirror scene– when Beauregard steps on the plate, the thing drops from the ceiling on the rope– but it’s laugh seems to be recored to do so on cue. did they have the ability to record things like that in 1898-1899?

  25. black-hole-explosion
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    According to several people I’ve spoken with, this is the third film in the Trinity series. Is that true, or is it just another comic western with Terrence Hill?

  26. jasonsiques
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    I would like to buy the DVD of MNIN, but some have commented that one of the available DVD transfers is of poor quality. Can anyone share their opinions with me, as well as ISBN numbers so that I make the most satisfying and researched purchase of a wonderful film I enjoyed so much as a kid and want to own as an adult?

  27. landrum458
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    Where were the early scenes shot?

  28. carcosa2004
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    I posted this in a replay to another thread but thought I’d start a new one just in case-

    No…he means there IS a legit release from IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT thats in English, in widescreen and looks wonderful. No extras tho….

    A link below where you can buy it although many larger retailers might have it.

    http://www.dvdplanet.com/details.cfm?info=IMA002521

    Buy it quick…IMAGE titles have a habit of not being in print long….

    Here’s a review of the DVD release from DVD Talk in case you are interested….

    http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/read.php?ID=15469

  29. Weird420
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    First off, I would like to say this is a great movie. la-la-la-lalala-lala *boel* *be**boel*.. can’t get the Morricone out of my head either.. Anyhoo, trolls, please, don’t even bother… I am not being in the mood today or much ever.

    Anyhoo, the forum list is getting long reading it all.. I am getting tired, but I do want to know… so to the quick point…

    Is there or is there a planned US English version.. or hell, an English speaking ANY version, so we "dumb" Americans can enjoy this one? Can one enjoy one of finest actors (yes, it’s Fonda!) without looking down on the bottom to see what he is saying?

    Thanks,

    -T

  30. sdckapr
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    I just picked this up at Walmart in the discount Bin with 3 other films in a 4-disk set($5.50 for all 4)

    1 Disk with: My Name is Nobody and Cain’s Cutthroats

    the second disk with: Massacre at Fort Holman and Hot Lead

    I bought it since I liked Henry Fonda and Terence Hill in My Name is Nobody and will have to be surprised about the others. But at that price…

  31. Thread_Killer_of_IMDb
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    in opening barber scene Beauregard fires off 3 shots so quickly that his gun only makes 1 sound. my question: he got the barber and the guy grooming the horse but how did he get the guy milking the cow?! i never saw him get shot or the aftermath of getting shot. did i miss it somewhere?

  32. Thread_Killer_of_IMDb
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    near the end of the film i think there are a few voiceovers that didn’t match up to what the charcater’s had said earlier in the film. one was when Nobody said almost what Beauregard had said about the Wild Bunch riding (but not "shooting") like "thousands."

    another was when Beauregard tells Nobody that if he takes on the Wild Bunch Nobody would be reading it in the books while he was playing the harp in heaven. but the later voiceover states something about Nobody reading the history books while he would be doing **something** in his grave.

  33. Noel_MarquisDeMaynes
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    All Sergio Leone fans know the actor Mario Brega from "For a Fistful of Dollars", "For a Few Dollars More", and "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" where he played the big brutal Corporal Wallace. Did you spot him in this movie? He is one of the three guys who repeatedly try to blow up Jack Beauregard.

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