Some will say this silly comedy won’t need a thread, but here it is.
Complete italian title is Di Tresette ce n’e uno tutti gli altri son nessuno
<< Like Tresette there’s only one, all the others are nobodies >>
In Italian it sounds better thanks to the rhyme ‘uno-nessuno’
(A Scherpschutter translation with a Scherpschutter explanation, borrowed without asking)
The story is about… well, nobody needs to know what it’s about.
It’s a comedy with George Hilton, many, many fistfights, lots of silly ideas and without any blood, but with a nice and unsilly score by Alessandro Alessandroni.
A follow up to Lo chiamavano Tresette, and this Tresette is a guy who looks suspiciously like another guy called Halleluja, who was played by an actor known as George Hilton, who needn’t to change anything but the character’s name for the later films.
Both Tresette films (the first one is btw a silly comedy) mark the final step of Giuliano Carnimeos 13 films long SW transformation from sinister violence to pure slapstick in only 6 years. Mostly acompanied on this path by prolific screenplay writer Tito Carpi, who’s name appeared on 10 of them.
The film itself is a lektion in sillyness, which makes the likewise silly My Name Is Halleluja look like a greek tragedy, but somehow I had problems to find Dicke Luft in Sacramento (german title, silly, silly) as bad as I was willing to find it.
Watch out for the mad-house train and for Drakeman the magician.