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Bud Spencer

This former Italian Olympic swimmer struck gold when he teamed up with Terence Hill to star in  a fistful of spaghetti westerns which included “God Forgives I Don’t”, “Ace High”, “Boot Hill”, “They Call Me Trinity” & “Trinity Is Still My Name” before becoming a star in his own right with films such as “Buddy Goes West” , “Banana Joe”, “The Sheriff & The Satelite Kid”, “Thieves And Robbers”,  “Bomber”, “Aladdin”, “Charleston”, the long running “Flatfoot” film series & of course the popular detective “Extra-large” TV series.

Fact File

Birth Name: Carlo Pedersoli

Date Of Birth: 31st October 1929

Place Of Birth: Naples, Italy

Height: 6’ 4”

Bud Spencer & Terence Hill
Bud Spencer

Spouse: Maria Amato (1960 - ?)

Children: Bud Spencer has 3 children, Guiseppe (1961), Christine (1962) & Diamante (1972)

Debut Film: Bud played an imperial guard in the Sword & Sandal epic “Quo Vadis” (1951)

First & Last Starring Roles with Terence Hill:
“God Forgives I Don’t” (1967) & “Troublemakers” (1994)

Signature Role: Bambino in “They Call Me Trinity” (1971)

Trademark : Knocks his enemies out with a hammer-like blow to the top of the head

Trivia:Was in the Italian olympic swimming team that competed in the 1952, 1956 & 1960 Olympic Games.

Bud’s Top 5 Movies on DVD & VHS (without Terence)

Beyond The Law [DVD](1968) DVD
Western legend Lee Van Cleef is a man caught in the middle, as the ex-leader of an outlaw gang becomes the town sheriff and must choose between protecting a fortune in loot or siding with his former allies. With Antonio Sabato, Gordon Mitchell, Bud Spencer. AKA "Bloodsilver," "The Good Die First." 90 min.

Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die [DVD](1968) DVD
After being wrongly accused of murdering his wife, an Indian is out of jail and out for revenge. He joins forces with a group of gunslingers to hunt down a bandit named Elfego, the true culprit of the killing. With Bud Spencer, Montgomery Ford and Jeff Cameron; co-written by Dario Argento. AKA: "Today It's Me...Tomorrow You." 95 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; theatrical trailers.

It Can Be Done Amigo(1971) VHS
Funny spoof of "spaghetti westerns" starring Jack Palance as a good-natured gunslinger out to get ladies man Bud Spencer, who seduced his sister. Francisco Rabal and Dany Saval also star in this amiable oater. AKA: "The Big and the Bad."

A Fistful Of Hell(1975) VHS
Bud Spencer raises hell with both fists as "Flatfoot," a tough Chicago cop who doesn't let the Mob--or his own superiors--get in the way of his breaking up a deadly drug ring. Slam-bang action-comedy also stars Raymond Pellegrini, Angelo Infanti. AKA: "Flatfoot," "The Knock Out Cop," "Trinity: Tracking for Trouble." 95 min.

Buddy Goes West(1981) VHS
In this sagebrush farce, Bud Spencer is a sharp-shooting drifter who is mistaken for a doctor after his loyal Indian companion is discovered to have a bag of surgical tools--which he stole, of course. But the case of mistaken identity soon proves problematical when Spencer is called into action to defend the town from a gang of outlaws. With Amidou, Riccardo Pizzuti; music by Ennio Morricone. 90 min. Dubbed in English.


Bud’s Top 10 Movies on DVD & VHS (with Terence)

God Forgives...I Don't(1967) VHS
Early teaming of Terence Hill and Bud Spencer features Hill as Cat Stevens (we're not kidding), Spencer as an insurance investigator named Earp, and Frank Wolff as Bill San Antonio, a bank robber whose latest heist draws the attention of the "Trinity Boys." It's a wild race for the loot, filled with double-crosses, shootouts and crooked alliances. Hill played the same character in "Ace High" and "Boot Hill." AKA: "Blood River." 101 min.

Ace High(1968) VHS
A grizzled outlaw (Eli Wallach) becomes both hunter and hunted in this Western tale of double-crosses, vengeance, and gunplay. With Terence Hill, Kevin McCarthy, Bud Spencer. 120 min.

Boot Hill [DVD](1969) DVD
The stars of the "Trinity" spaghetti westerns, Bud Spencer and Terence Hill, teamed up for the first time here, as a pair of amiable saddle tramps riding across the plains and encountering gunfighters (who they try to avoid) and easy frontier women (who they don't). Woody Strode, Victor Buono also star. AKA: "Trinity Rides Again." 87 min.

The Black Pirate(1971) VHS
The "Trinity Boys" go the swashbuckling route in this fun-filled buccaneer yarn with Terence Hill as Captain Blackie, a pirate who faces off against the Spanish viceroy in a series of increasingly dangerous altercations. Bud Spencer plays Captain Skull, one of Blackie's chief enemies. George Martin and Diana Lorys also star in this action-packed adventure. AKA: "Blackie the Pirate." 99 min.
They Call Me Trinity [DVD](1971) DVD
A droll and delightful Western spoof loosely based on "The Magnificent Seven." Terence Hill and Bud Spencer are ne'er-do-well half-brothers who must use their questionable gun-slinging skills to protect a settlement from an evil land baron. 109 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; biographies; trivia; more.

Trinity Is Still My Name [DVD](1972) DVD
Those raucous Trinity boys (Terence Hill and Bud Spencer) are back in another wacky send-up of "Spaghetti Westerns." They promised their pappy they'd become successful bandits, but have trouble managing. 117 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English stereo; scene access.

Odds And Evens(1978) VHS
With trouble brewing down Miami way, there's only one pair of coppers to call on to stop crime: Terence Hill and Bud Spencer. Time and luck are running out when the two law enforcers put an end to a Mob-run gambling ring. 109 min.

I'm For The Hippopotamus(1979) VHS
Wild adventure comedy with Terence Hill and Bud Spencer as siblings in South Africa who put their differences aside to battle a German tyrant and former boxer out to corral lots of land and the animals in the area. The "Trinity Boys" try to outwit the creep by releasing the animals, but his strong-armed goons provide trouble for Terence and Bud. Joe Bugner also stars. 105 min.

Who Finds A Friend Finds A Treasure(1981) VHS
"Trinity" pals Terence Hill and Bud Spencer are back, this time sharing the screen in a wild comedy romp set towards the end of World War II. In hopes of finding buried treasure on a deserted island, Hill stowaways on adventurer Spencer's boat, but a battle between the men lands them in water--hot water, that is--when they make it to the island and face natives, slave-trading pirates and a combat-happy Japanese soldier. With John Fujoka, Sal Borgese; directed by Sergio Corbucci ("Django"). 100 min.

Go For It(1983) VHS
Two-fisted excitement and fun meet when paisans Terence Hill and Bud Spencer team up. Here the daffy duo are spies out to thwart a plan to ignite a top-secret bomb. 109 min.


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Terence & Bud at Hollywood Teen Movies

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Hannibal (1960)
Ace High (1968)
The Trinity Collection (1971 - 1995)
My Name Is Nobody (1974)
Odds And Evens (1978)
Super Fuzz (1981)
Buddy Goes West (1981)
Go For It (1983)

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