Mio nome è Nessuno, Il

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Il mio nome è Nessuno (Italy · France · Germany 1973 / Directors: Tonino Valerii & Sergio Leone)

Also known as

My Name is Nobody (U.S.A.) | Mein Name ist Nobody (Germany) | Mon nom est personne (France) | Meu nome e ninguem (Brazil) | Mit namn är nobody (Sweden) | Mit navn er Nobody (Norway) | Nevem Senki (Hungary) | Nazywam się Nobody (Poland) | Mé jméno je Nikdo (Czechoslovakia) | Mi nombre es Ninguno (Spain) | Mit navn er Nobody (Denmark) | Meu nome e ninguem (Portugal) | ミスター・ノーボディ Mr. Nobody (Japan) | Lonesome Gun | Nimeni on Nobody (Finland) | Моето име е Никой (Bulgaria)
My Name is Nobody movie poster

Synopsis

At the turn of the century the aging gunfighter, Jack Beauregard is on his way back to France, the country of his origin. On his way he tries to clear the death of his brother, when he meets a nobody who wants to become a somebody by pushing Beauregard into a last sensational gunfight with the Wild Bunch, to achieve him a legendary status. A fame this nobody is then immediately ready to inherit.

Credits

  • Cast: Terence Hill (Nobody), Henry Fonda (Jack Beauregard), Jean Martin (Sullivan), Piero Lulli (Sheriff), Mario Brega (Pedro), Marc Mazza (Don John), Benito Stefanelli (Porteley), Alexander Allerson (Rex), Rainer Peets [as Remus Peets] (Big Gun), Antoine Saint-John [as Antoine Saint John] (Scape), Franco Angrisano (train engineer), Tommy Polgár (Juan), Antonio Palombi, Hubert Mittendorf [as Humbert Mittendorf] (carnival barker), Emil Feist (dwarf), Carla Mancini, Luigi Antonio Guerra [as Antonio Luigi Guerra], Angelo Novi (bartender), Ullrich Müller, Claus Schmidt, Leo Gordon (Red) [English credit], Neil Summers (Squirrel) [English credit], R.G. Armstrong (Honest John) [English credit], Steve Kanaly (false barber) [English credit], Geoffrey Lewis (Wild Bunch leader) [English credit]
  • Also with: Karl Braun (Jim), Larry Melton (gunslinger milking cow), Antonio Molino Rojo (U.S. Army officer), Maurice Kowaleski (photographer), Jess Hill (child with apple), Frank Trolio (Indian), Lance Gordon
  • Story: Fulvio Morsella, Ernesto Gastaldi (based on an idea by Sergio Leone)
  • Screenplay: Ernesto Gastaldi
  • Cinematography: Armando Nannuzzi, Giuseppe Ruzzolini (Technicolor, Panavision 2,35:1)
  • Music: Ennio Morricone
  • Producers: Fulvio Morsella, Claudio Mancini, Sergio Leone (uncredited)

Reviews

Trivia

Some parts of the film were shot in the United States.

Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 116 min

Release Dates

December 13, 1973 (Germany), December 21, 1973 (Italy), July 17, 1974 (USA)

  • Release Date: 13.12.73

Filming locations

  • USA: Utah / Arizona

Production and business

Dubbing

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