Monday, December 19, 2022

50th anniversary of the premier of “They Called Him... Trinity: Himself – His Colt – His Revenge”


Today marks the 50th anniversary of the premier of “They Called Him... Trinity: Himself – His Colt – His Revenge” directed by Fred Lyon Morris (Ferdinando Merighi) and starring Dean Stratford, Maily Dria and Gordon Mitchell. It tells the story of An ex-sheriff Chad Randall (Dean Stratford) comes back to town and finds his sister left by bandits dead in the middle of street. He turns bounty hunter and begins to eliminate the gang one by one. The leader of the gang Martin (Gordon Mitchell) wears a black hood and only communicates with his henchmen by the use of hand signs which are translated by an Indian (Mike Monty). Not only does he get his revenge he releases the town from the grip of their terror.


Allegri becchini... arriva Trinità – Italian title

L’oro mi chiamavano Trinità, la mia Colt e la mia – Italian title

Le dicen Trinity – Argentinian title

Django, ton tour viendra – French title

Arriba Trinity! – Spanish title

His Colt, Himself, His Revenge – English title

They Called Him Trinity – English title

They Called Him... Trinity: Himself – His Colt – His Revenge – English title


A 1971 Italian film production [Grifo International, Nomentana Film (Rome)]

Producers: Giulio Giuseppe Negri, John Turner (Germano Longo)

Director: Fred Lyon Morris (Ferdinando Merighi)

Story: Ferdinando Merighi

Screenplay: Ferdinando Merighi

Cinematography: Pasquale Fanetti, Giorgio Montagnani [Eastmancolor]

Music: Marcello Gigante

Running time: 85 minutes



Trinity/Django/Chad Randall – Dean Stratford (Dino Strano)

Adelita – Maily Doria

Martin/Murray/Swanee – Gordon Mitchell (Charles Pendleton)

Maggie Oliver – Sara Saval (Veronica Sava)

Danny Oliver - Marc Dadanelli (Mario Dardanelli)

Danny – John Turner (Gino Turini)

Sheriff Ryan – Lucky MacMurray (Luciano Conti)

Doctor – Salvatore Campochiaro

Cain - Gastry Gay (Amerigo Gastrichella)

Indian - Mike Monty (Michael O’Donahue)

With: Haim Bogart (Guglielmo Spoletini), Lorenzo Piani, Franco Perrella (Alesandro Perrella)

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