A pair of brothers experience comic adventures on the lawless frontier in the "Trinity Twin Pack" of Italian spaghetti Westerns. "They Call Me Trinity" (1970) introduces Terence Hill as eponymous, unlucky gunfighter, who encounters his scheming brother Bud Spencer posing as a small-town sheriff. The gun-slinging siblings team up to prevent Farley Granger's scheming rancher from bullying a group of pacifist farmers. In "Trinity Is Still My Name" (1971), Hill and Spencer reluctantly reunite for more mishapsinvolving crooked card games and gun battles. Both films feature the widescreen composition and Technicolor film that give spaghetti Westerns such visual splendor.