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Everything Happens to Me (1980)

Chissà perché... capitano tutte a me (original title)
Bud Spencer is, as always, getting into fights - especially after getting a job as sheriff. He's looking after a small boy who's actually an extraterrestrial with special abilities thus the military wants him. Bud's got his hands full.


Michele Lupo


Marcello Fondato (story), Francesco Scardamaglia (story) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bud Spencer ... Sheriff Hall
Cary Guffey ... H7-25 (aka Charlie Warren)
Ferruccio Amendola Ferruccio Amendola ... Howard, City Mayor
Robert Hundar ... Alien Boss
John Bartha ... Police Chief
Carlo Reali Carlo Reali ... Lieutenant Turner
Giancarlo Bastianoni Giancarlo Bastianoni ... One of the Brother's Dynamite / Masked Hooligan / Alien
Giovanni Cianfriglia Giovanni Cianfriglia ... Alien
Ottaviano Dell'Acqua ... Cop
Paolo Figlia Paolo Figlia ... One of the Brother's Dynamite
Lorenzo Fineschi Lorenzo Fineschi ... Second Woodcutter
Clayton Landey ... Drunk in bar
Amedeo Leurini Amedeo Leurini ... Bar Patron
Enzo Maggio Enzo Maggio ... Cop (as Vincenzo Maggio)
Lawrence Montaigne ... Military Sergeant


Bud Spencer is, as always, getting into fights - especially after getting a job as sheriff. He's looking after a small boy who's actually an extraterrestrial with special abilities thus the military wants him. Bud's got his hands full.

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Sequel to The Sheriff and the Satellite Kid. See more »


Early in the film, when they arrive at the gas station, the totem pole that could be seen before in the truck is missing. When they drive away from the gas station, the totem pole is back in. See more »


Sheriff Hall: But remember, when a man doesn't keep his promise here on Earth...
H7-25 (aka Charlie Warren):
  • He gets disintegrated?

Sheriff Hall: Disintegrated? No, if that were the case there'd be hardly be anybody left around.
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Alternate Versions

West German theatrical version was cut by ca. 5.5 minutes. A similar version was released by Paramount on DVD, this version misses a few seconds more although parts of this footage appear in the TV version. See more »


L'Ultimo Valze
Music by Guido De Angelis & Maurizio de Angelis'
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The sheriff Spencer protects an extraterrestrial little boy from extraterrestrial invasion and government soldiers
19 February 2011 | by ma-cortesSee all my reviews

This is the sequel to ¨The Sheriff and the little extraterrestrial¨ that deals with an Alien aircraft suddenly crashes on Earth, there appears a five years old kid named H7-25 who is lost such as E.T. The corpulent sheriff (Bud Spencer in his habitual role , as always , and this time without Terence Hill) as an American cop against botcher military forces and he befriends the little boy , both of them establish a lively and enjoyable relationship . Sheriff Hall takes in charge of the little kid who tells he comes from a faraway galaxy . This second entry the bouncing Spencer along with his likable little partner ( Cary Guffey of ¨close encounters in third phase¨) arrive in Monroe , there is appointed police officer by the Mayor Howard (Amendola). Meantime , newspapers from the city of Monroe publicize : ¨ Monroe has a new sheriff ¨. The sheriff Hall goes to Monroe City Bank where a delinquent wanted for 10.000 dollars reward attempts a hold-up but Spencer avoids it . After that , the sheriff attempts to help the little Alien , the cop confronts officers (John Bartha) and an extraterrestrial invasion commanded by an Alien boss (Robert Hundar , Spaghetti Western usual). The kid holds supernatural power , using a strange artifact which makes marvels as well as the first outing . When Aliens attempt to kidnap the satellite kid , the Supersheriff fights to defend the little H7-25 but he is detained and sent in prison . Meanwhile , there are been developing the ordinary fights and struggles set at a barbershop , bar , prison and a laundry . It all climaxes at the Monroe Attraction Park where takes places a silly fighting between Spencer along with his friends against the aliens . Spencer goes into the action he turns the score , fighting like a Bulldozer . The police gets to free the kid from some nasty extraterrestrials .

Amusing and funny Spaghetti with the corpulent Spencer forming a sympathetic couple with Cary Guffey . This entertaining , engaging movie is crammed of fist-fights, punches , kicks, overwhelming stunt-work and lots of humor. The story concocts a blithely silly and lighthearted comedy that not only delivers the expected amusingly goofy comedy . Bud Spencer is top-notch as one army cop taking on a group of American soldiers and extraterrestrial beings who sail on the typical motorboat from Florida and as always he makes his own stunts with comic touches , as usual . The lighting-paced storyline slows down at times , but frenetic fight-sequences make up for it . It's an amusing romp plenty of brawls , several wild rough'n'tumble struggle scenes in particular are absolutely hilarious , including amusing bounds and leaps at a bar and laundry where Spencer fights a group of motorcycle men dressed ¨Village People¨-lookalike . This is a nice and funny juvenile story for Bud Spencer fans , as he's delightful and likable . It packs action, fist-play, slapdash, humor with tongue-in-cheek and is quite bemusing . This release has some cool and several hilarious moments ; however the Terence Hill-Bud Spencer duo films are much better . Bud Spencer gives a wonderfully warm and charming performance as Sheriff Hall . The film isn't always good , sometimes is fresh and diverting and on a couple of memorable occasions , it's frankly delicious. The movie displays innumerable laughters , jokes and slapstick . In this sweet and engaging comedy picture appears usual secondaries from B Italian series seen in several genres as Spaghetti Western and Peplum as Robert Hundar , John Bartha, Giovanni Cianfriglia , Salvatore Basile , Pietro Torrisi, Octaviano Dell'Acqua and Riccardo Pizzuti . Catching and commercial musical score with noisy songs by Guido and Mauricio De Angelis -Spaghetti Western's ordinaries- and composed by synthesizer, as usual . The motion picture written by Marcelo Fondato is middlingly directed by Michele Lupo who also directed ¨The Sheriff and the little extraterrestrial¨, ¨Bomber¨ and ¨Bulldozer¨ with similar actors , screenwriter ,technicians and of course the main actor , the great Bud Spencer . This is a passable entertaining juvenile that will appeal to Italian comedy buffs. In the 70s and 80s Bud Spencer starred various movies without Terence Hill , as he made three kind of films : 1ª he performed pictures with a little boy as partner as ¨Banana Joe ¨ , ¨Aladino¨ and ¨The Supersheriff¨ ; 2ª about cop named Flatfoot or Rizzo, also called Piedone, such as, ¨Flatfoot in Cairo , Flatfoot in Hong Kong, Flatfoot in Egypt , Flatfoot in Africa¨, furthermore the ¨Extralargo¨ series 3ª about diverse characters as a medieval knight as ¨Soldier of fortune¨ , a swindler as ¨Mr Charleston¨ or a fisherman , ex-player as ¨Bulldozer¨ and a Sheriff in this one. Rating : Average , only for Bud Spencer fans.

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11 December 1980 (West Germany) See more »

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Everything Happens to Me See more »

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Monroe, Georgia See more »

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Leone Film See more »
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1.33 : 1
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