Trinity is STILL My Name! (Italian title: Continuavano a chiamarlo Trinità) is a 1972 spaghetti western directed by Enzo Barboni. It is a sequel to They Call Me Trinity, also starring Terence Hill and Bud Spencer.
Then we go and see Bambino at home getting a bath. His father sees Trinity and they both go inside. Bambino is furious to see Trinity because in the last film Trinity had let a thirty horse herd get away. Trinity takes a very quick bath and everyone goes to the table for lunch. Then the four convicts come and try to get Trinity and Bambino, but Trinity's mother sneaked around from the back entrance and ushers them out with a rifle. That night, Trinity's father has some kind of an attack. He makes Trinity and Bambino promise to work together. When Bambino leaves the room, it is revealed that his dad was faking it. Bambino is forced to teach Trinity how to be a successful horse thief. They see a wagon with two tired mules who are not moving and go to try and rob the passengers. All they find instead is a family with a farting baby and a young girl Trinity falls for. The family isn't moving because a wheel broke and they can't change it because the wagon is too heavy. Trinity and Bambino end up helping the family. When Trinity and Bambino arrive in town, they head out to the local saloon.
Inside Trinity plays a card game with a professional card shark named Wild Card Hendriks. Trinity wins, but he is accused of being a cheater. Trinity and Wild Card get a drink because Wild Card says a bullet hurts less with some alcohol in your system. Trinity draws his gun, holsters it while Hendricks is looking and slaps him in the face fifteen times before a bewildered Wildcard leaves unavenged. He tries to shoot Trinity from behind but gets shot in the hand by Trinity. Trinity and Bambino each get a suit with the winnings, then run into the same family they helped earlier. They lie to them, saying they are federal agents. Then they go into a club restaurant and buy some food while they drive the waiters insane by consuming huge helpings of food. When they leave the meet a man who gives them four thousand dollars to "keep their eyes shut", thinking them to be federal agents (word has gotten out of the lie they gave the family from earlier). Then they hide on the side of the road to wait for some horses but run into the exact same family as they did before. They have a nice little dinner and part ways for a while.
The two brothers then travel to San Jose. They go into a bar and start a brawl. They arrest some convicts and take them to the sheriff (for a bounty). The sheriff informs Trinity and Bambino that everyone in San Jose works for the man who paid them the four thousand dollars. The brothers go to the mission because the sheriff tells them they should not go there. There they find that the man who paid them off also has men who use the mission to store stolen loot. The brothers try to trick the ministers by helping them beat the outlaws, then take the loot. After a seven-minute long fight, a group of sheriff's deputies show up and one of them recognises the brothers that claimed to be federal agents. They escape and run into the family again, and the film ends.
A clip from this film is used in a 2006 Sprint commercial, where Trinity is able to draw his gun, holster it and then slap another gunfighter before the other gunfighter can even draw his gun.