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Terence Hill: Nobody, Trinity

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Wes B, Jun 12, 2011.

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  1. Wes B

    Wes B Member

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    Does anyone know the guns used in the movies with Terence Hill?

    In My name is Nobody which pistols and rifles did Terence Hill and Henry Fonda use?
    I think they used 1852 Navy conversions, but I am not sure.

    Or in the Trinity series, what did Terence Hill and Bud Spencer use?
     
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    Wow, I haven't heard of those movies in years! Like, a whole buncha years!
     
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    I watched a couple of them on netflix recently
     
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    Hah! What a coincidence. My 8 year old son was watching these movies today. He found them in my DVD's and started watching them. He loves them.
     
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    "The man with no name" "Trinity is my name" "Trinity is still my name" those were some great spaghetti westerns....
     
  7. Wes B

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    Checked imfdb, nothing there relating to any Terence Hill movies. At least that I can find.
     
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    In "They Call Me Trinity", I'm pretty sure it was an 1851 Navy clone.
    I may be mistaken, but in "Trinity is Still My Name" I think Bud Spencer had a SAA copy. I could be mistaken about that.

    Great movies. "My Name is Nobody" wasn't bad either.
     
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    I seem to remember John Taffin mention what they were using in one of his articles many moons ago...I'll have to look it up.
     
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    OH MY... I haven't thought of these in years. Loved them when they came out, though. They were just to my taste when I was in High School...
     
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    Haven't seen those movies in ages.......now I'll have to go looking for them! :scrutiny:
     
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    Hell with the guns, give me some of those beans....................chris3
     
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    "I thought a lot about what you said, and I finally figgered it out...Being buried in **** isn't always a bad thing. Not everyone that ****s on you is trying to hurt you, and not everyone that pulls you out is looking to help..." LOLOLOL Classic movies.
     
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