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MORE INFO: There are only two actual Trinity movies. The first one is THEY CALL ME TRINITY and the second one is TRINITY IS STILL MY NAME. These are the USA film names. In all other languages the two movie titles are the same or very close. Terence Hill (Trinity) and Bud Spencer (Bambino) made many other movies together and separately. Some of these films are good like ALL THE WAY BOYS and some are lame with only a few good scenes. These two actors had a very good screen presence when they work together, especially if the script was good.

From Wikipedia:

Terence Hill (born Mario Girotti; 29 March 1939) is an Italian actor. He is best known for starring in multiple action and western films (so-called spaghetti westerns) together with his longtime film partner and friend Bud Spencer.

Bud Spencer (born Carlo Pedersoli; 31 October 1929) is an Italian actor, filmmaker and a former professional swimmer. He is known for past roles in action-comedy films together with his long-time film partner Terence Hill. Growing from a successful swimmer in his youth, he got a degree in law, and has registered several patents. Bud also became a certified commercial airline and helicopter pilot, Bud Spencer also supports and funds many children's charities, including the Spencer Scholarship Fund.[1]

Bud Spencer and Terence Hill both appeared in, produced and directed over 20 films together and thus became and still remain best friends to this present day.

In a recent interview, Bud commented: "Terence is like a brother to me, and like brothers we don't always agree, and he can be a pain in the neck sometimes." [laughs] "... our relationship I suppose is reflected in our movies, but he can always count on me as I can on him. We always enjoyed working together, probably why we made so many films together."


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