G | | Comedy, Western
A lazy, unorthodox gunfighter and his portly, horse-thieving brother defend a Mormon settlement from a land-grabbing Major, a Mexican bandit, and their henchmen.
After the box-office success of this movie in the USA, earlier westerns made by Terence Hill and Bud Spencer were re-released stateside, one of them was even retitled with the word "Trinity" in it. The name came to be used for virtually every collaboration of the two (eighteen in all), even though there were no more movies with Trinity and Bambino. (Both admitted that neither they nor director Enzo Barboni had considered a series of movies with those characters, but perhaps should have in retrospect.)
Have you seen what faith will do?
Bambino: It'll work, if you put it in a rifle barrel.
In a scene with the settlers, they hang a large, clear water jug on a rope and is seen swinging next to Trinity, the scene cuts and is seen hanging almost perfectly still.