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My Name Is Nobody (1973) Poster

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This was Henry Fonda's last western.
Composer Ennio Morricone spoofs his own earlier Sergio Leone-helmed "Man with No Name" film scores with an over-the-top soundtrack, including shrill choral voices and a warbling whistle interwoven with a tinny recurring passage from Richard Wagner's "Ride of the Valkyries". Also the soundtrack reuses part of "Frank"'s theme from Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) for the shootout sequence.
While walking through Boot Hill, Nobody points out to Beauregard that one of the names on a gravestone is Sam Peckinpah. That same year, Clint Eastwood, in High Plains Drifter (1973), had a Boot Hill scene that included Sergio Leone's tombstone, as well as a number of others.
German Import DVD has a Super-8 Version (German language only), as a special feature on the disc.
Only Henry Fonda dubbed himself for the English-language version.
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