Sons of Trinity
|Trinità & Bambino ... e adesso tocca a noi!
(Sons of Trinity)
|Directed by||Enzo Barboni (E.B. Clucher)|
|Produced by||Italo Zingarelli|
|Written by||Enzo Barboni, Marco Tullio Barboni|
|Music by||Stefano Mainetti|
|Edited by||Antonio Siciliano|
|Distributed by||Trainidad Film|
|29 June 1995|
Sons of Trinity (Italian: Trinità & Bambino... e adesso tocca a noi, also known as Trinity & Babyface and Trinity & Bambino: The Legend Lives On) is a 1995 Italian spaghetti western. The film was intended to be a continuation of the Trinity series starring Terence Hill and Bud Spencer, but although it was directed and produced by the same people as the original film, it failed to attract any interest in the audience. It was the last film directed by Enzo Barboni.
The children of Trinity and Bambino bear the same names of their fathers and, like them, they get a job in a dusty town in the West. Trinity Junior is a bounty hunter prankster and womanizer, while Bambino, more gruff, is also the sheriff and the jailer. The quiet peace of the two, who plan to marry two beautiful girls, is interrupted by the arrival of a gang of criminals in the city.
- Heath Kizzier: Trinity
- Keith Neubert: Bambino
- Yvonne De Bark: Bonita
- Fanny Cadeo: Scintilla
- Renato Scarpa: Pablo
- Ronald Nitschke: Sheriff
- Siegfried Rauch: Parker
- Renato D'Amore :Ramirez Primero
- Riccardo Pizzuti: Gunslinger
- Jack Taylor: Theopolis
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