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"This was one of the worst set of DVD's I have ever purchased. Does not Amazon screen for quality picture or who supplies them with merchandise? These are like junk import copies with some of the best scenes cut. I am angry and look for an improvement! Don't but this box set, it is garbage quality. Boot hill was so dark in many parts, you might as well be looking at your tv screen with the power off with a stereo paling the sound track for sound, even at night, the blackness was real bad. Someone is duping the buyers, "trash dvd's for your money please" , suckers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Look for a better proven format with uncut versions."
A trilogy of classic (and hilarious) spaghetti Westerns
bixodoido | Utah, USA | 11/29/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is the ultimate Western spoof collection, offered at a ridiculously low price. Terence Hill stars in these three movies as Trinity, a happy-go-lucky cowboy who is not only the best shot in the West, but also the dirtiest man in the West. Riding on a litter behind his horse, Trinity exemplifies the laziness he so emphatically believes in, and picks up a lot of dust in the process. These three movies find Trinity in a series of adventures, in company with his older brother Bambino, as Bambino tries to make a living as a thief, is constantly forced to team up with his brother (whom he hates), and somehow always ends up on the side of good, much to his chagrin.These spaghetti Westerns are everything a good B-western should be, and are side-splittingly funny at times. At an incredibly affordable price, these Trinity movies are a great addition to the DVD collection of any fan of the Western."
The Trinity Collection
Lawrence Stewart | 03/24/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The movies and stories are classic westerns, the quality is horrible, these are not remastered. It looks like they found the oldest copy of the film and transfered it to DVD. If I didn't like the actual movies, I would not buy knowing the quality."
Great Spaghetti Westerns
John W. Crockett | Huntington Beach, CA USA | 04/09/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"If you're a fan of Trinity or "spaghetti westerns" in general, you're going to love this set. The first movie of the series, "Boot Hill", has the cinematic quality of a student film. However, the other two movies in the set, "They Call Me Trinity" and "Trinity is Still My Name" are great films. Absent from the set is the third of what I'd call the real trilogy, is the movie "My name is nobody," which (in my opinion) isn't as good as the other two movies and isn't really missed here. The Trinity movies feature the love/hate relationship between two outlaw brothers who, despite their worst intetions, end up being the heroes of the movies. Unrealistic fight scenes and quick draws "faster than the eye can see" as well as impossible card tricks are comically placed throughout the series. Terence Hill plays the part of the vagrant Trinity. Bud Spencer plays his brother."
D. Cooper | Iowa USA | 09/21/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I remember these movies as being funny, but the quality of the transfer and the aspect ratio of the DVD's in this set is pretty awful. Hard to watch and enjoy the occasional bits of humor. Too bad."