My Name Is Nobody

Sometimes, you are just in the mood for something silly. And sometimes, it is good to be able to watch a movie with the whole family. Although Once upon a time in the West by the same Sergio Leone is still my favourite Western (up there with High plains drifter or The man who shot Liberty Valance, all for very different reasons) this one just makes me laugh. Every time. And sometimes, this is all that you need.


Release Date
December 1973
Runtime
1 h 57 min
Genres
Comedy, Western
Director
Tonino Valerii
Actors
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, Maurice Kowalewski
Overview
Jack Beauregard, one of the greatest gunman of the Old West, only wants to retire in peace and move to Europe. But a young gunfighter, known as "Nobody", who idolizes Beauregard, wants him to go out in glory. So he arranges for Jack to face the 150-man gang known as The Wild Bunch and earn his place in history.

One Reply to “My Name Is Nobody”

  1. Oh, for Pete’s sake. The conspiracy theorists need to up their game. A 2500-hour bulb burns dimmer, less efficiently, so costs more in power, and requires more generator plant infrastructure for a given number of sockets or lumens delivered. A brighter, more efficient bulb will cost less per lumen-hour of light, have lower total cost of ownership, and more people can be served with a given amount of power available. A win-win over all, even if you have to replace the bulb more often. The “secret conspiracy” that the tinfoil hatters delight in rediscovering every few years was nothing more than industry standardization and quality control improvement.

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