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I watched this on an almost impossibly cropped version (starring 'ry Baird' and 'Rob Wid') with a metallic echo on the soundtrack for the entire running time, and I still kind of liked it. Trinity and his buddy Sartana (I think it's hinted that the real Sartana was his dad) set off to rob folks, have a punch, do some fancy shooting, and indulge in some banter. If your tolerance for Italian comedies is high, you'll get a kick out of this one. However, if you can't stand slapstick, I'd steer clear of this, because the film is full of it. There's even a Benny Hill, speeded up sequence, fake black eyes, and some hearty racist dialogue aimed at Trinity (who then kicks their heads in).
There's not much of a plot, just some crooks trying to get gold that our boys are after too. It's fairly fast paced and I didn't get bored once. It's also as daft as hell though, so be warned - this ain't no grim Western.
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