The Best Terence Hill Movies

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List of the best Terence Hill movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Terence Hill's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world, but the order of this Terence Hill movies list is decided by how many votes each film receives, so only his most highly rated movies will be at the top of the list. Terence Hill has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what his greatest movie of all time is... so if you and a friend are arguing about this, then use this list to end the squabble once and for all.

If you think the best Terence Hill role isn't at the top, then upvote it so it has the chance to become number one. The greatest Terence Hill performances didn't necessarily come from the best movies, but in most cases they go hand in hand.

This list includes Odds and Evens, Troublemakers and many additional films as well, and answers the questions, "What are the best Terence Hill movies?" and "What are the greatest Terence Hill roles of all time?"

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  • They Call Me Trinity
    Bud Spencer, Terence Hill, Farley Granger
    224 votes
    • Released: 1970
    • Directed by: Enzo Barboni

    In the hilarious spaghetti western gem, audiences are introduced to a charming yet cunning drifter with an unrivaled skill in gunplay. This drifter, known as Trinity, forms an unlikely partnership with his half-brother to protect a group of Mormon settlers from a ruthless landowner. With belly laughs aplenty and incredible action sequences, this film is truly a must-watch for Terence Hill fans.

  • Trinity Is Still My Name
    Bud Spencer, Terence Hill, Harry Carey
    175 votes
    • Released: 1971
    • Directed by: Enzo Barboni

    The delightful sequel to They Call Me Trinity offers a heartwarming and comical tale of brotherhood and misadventure. As our beloved duo continues their shenanigans in the Wild West, their journey takes an unexpected turn when they get mistaken for federal agents by a band of outlaws. Combining gripping gunfights with sidesplitting humor, this film cements its status as an unforgettable classic.

  • My Name Is Nobody
    Henry Fonda, Terence Hill, Jean Martin
    265 votes
    • Released: 1973
    • Directed by: Tonino Valerii

    Masterfully directed by Sergio Leone, this unconventional and whimsical western follows a young, ambitious gunslinger who dreams of making it big in the world of outlaws. Under the tutelage of an aging but still formidable legend, the enthusiastic protégé learns valuable lessons about survival and reputation in the unforgiving frontier. Exuding wit, style, and charisma throughout, this flick showcases some of Terence Hill's finest work.

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  • Go for It
    Bud Spencer, Terence Hill, David Huddleston
    39 votes
    • Released: 1983
    • Directed by: Enzo Barboni

    This spectacular buddy comedy sends our heroes on a rollicking adventure rife with comedic mishaps and adrenaline-pumping action! Tasked with investigating the disappearance of valuable art pieces while posing as sanitation workers, these undercover sleuths find themselves entangled in a perilous international conspiracy. Packed with suspenseful twists and turns, this film is truly an exhilarating ride from start to finish.

  • Crime Busters
    Bud Spencer, Terence Hill, David Huddleston
    50 votes
    • Released: 1977
    • Directed by: Enzo Barboni

    With sheer magnetism and undeniable chemistry, Terence Hill and Bud Spencer star as crime-fighting newbies who find themselves knee-deep in a dangerous investigation. Their pursuit of justice leads them through the seedy underbelly of city life, with the unlikely duo using brains and brawn to take down a powerful crime lord. This enthralling caper is guaranteed to keep audiences on the edge of their seats!

  • A Friend Is a Treasure
    Bud Spencer, Terence Hill, John Fujioka
    48 votes
    • Released: 1981
    • Directed by: Sergio Corbucci

    Set against the breathtaking backdrop of sun-soaked islands and crystal-clear waters, this film tells the story of an unconventional treasure hunt that's as heartwarming as it is thrilling. When two friends learn about a legendary fortune buried on a remote island, they embark on an unforgettable journey filled with friendship, laughter, and danger. With its stunning visuals and captivating storytelling, this movie is truly a cinematic gem.