In the grand tradition of famous comedy duo's like Laurel and Hardy, Abbott and Costello, Martin and Lewis, Lemmon and Matthau comes The Trinity Boys", Terence Hill and Bud Spencer a comedy duo like no other. In the Trinity series the two Italian actors play two-half brothers (same father, different mothers) who drift around the old west helping those in need and dishing out punishment to those who commit wrongs. The Trinity Brothers are the fastest guns alive, they are unbeatable, unstoppable super heroes; the only thing missing is their capes. During the late 60's and early 70's the spaghetti western genre was at its peak and to spoof it was unthinkable, until Italian director E.B. Clucher went out on a limb when he took the traditional violent spaghetti western themes and turned them upside down. They Call Me Trinity was a worldwide hit for E.B. Clucher turning Terence Hill and Bud Spencer into international superstars. It was original for its time and it came before Blazing Saddles. They Call Me Trinity is filled with non-stop slapstick, unbelievable trick shooting, outrageous punch-ups, hilarious dialogue and some of the funniest eating scenes this side of Boot Hill. The following description is taken from the back of a video case cover and sums up the hysterical misadventures of the Trinity Boys, in this, the original gun smoking western classic that will bring tears of laughter to your eyes:
"Fists fly, bar brawls brew and pistols are law and order in this classic spaghetti western starring Terence Hill as the fastest gun around. With a talent for trouble, Trinity and his trusty companion, Bambino, defend a group of Mormon settlers against Mexican marauders and a nasty horse-breeder known as The Major. This hilarious film contains some classic and comic brawls and sends up every western from The Magnificent Seven to The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. A must for every lover of the Old West".