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My Name is Nobody Review

Art can often imitate life. Was it an imitation of life when Henry Fonda signed on to portray an ageing gunslinger? He was, indeed, ageing, and had found much comfort in the realms of western genre flicks. From as early as the 1940s, alongside the titans of John Wayne and Anthony Quinn, Fonda could be found figuring out revolvers and saddles. He would stick around for as long as Wayne did within this genre but would venture far further than The Duke would ever go. Wayne was never pursued by a man named Nobody (Terence Hill). My Name is Nobody is simple enough in context and content, but it is the daring variety from director Tonino Valerii that gives the film that extra kick.

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