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Trinity is STILL My Name! 

When: Wed., Aug. 8, 8 p.m. 2012
Price: $5.50

One of the kings of the spaghetti Westerns (and the top-grossing Italian film of all time when it was first released), 1971's Trinity is STILL My Name! remains one of the best-known collaborations between star Terence Hill and writer-director Enzo Barboni. The sequel to their previous hit, My Name is Trinity, it tells how Trinity and his brother Bambino (Bud Spencer) get themselves in and out of a number of sticky situations with fast thinking and faster gunplay. They just don't make Westerns like this any more, or at all. Thank you, Cowboys and Aliens. Sigh. Tickets are $5.50 for all this spaghetti action, with classic trailers to boot. —Zack Smith



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