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My Name is Nobody on Blu-ray in November

RLJ Entertainment brand Image Entertainment has officially announced they will be bringing the classic Spaghetti Western My Name is Nobody to Blu-ray for it 40th Anniversary on November 5, 2013. My Name is Nobody: 40th Anniversary Edition will sell at a SRP of $24.98. See below for further details.

 

IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS

MY NAME IS NOBODY

Classic Western Available in

Pristine High Definition For the First Time

40th Anniversary Blu-Ray Edition Streets November 5, 2013

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Image Entertainment, an RLJ Entertainment (NASDAQ: RLJE) brand, announces the release of My Name is Nobody: 40th Anniversary Edition, an unforgettable Spaghetti Western presented in high definition for the first time. From Western legend Sergio Leone (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly), the film stars Terence Hill (They Call Me Trinity) and Henry Fonda (Once Upon a Time in the West) and is directed by Tonino Valerii (Day of Wrath, My Dear Killer). Music is by Ennio Morricone (A Fistful of Dollars). My Name is Nobody: 40th Anniversary Edition is available for the first time on Blu-ray for an SRP of $24.98 on Nov. 5, 2013.

From western legend Sergio Leone (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly) comes a rollicking shoot-`em-up! Young, ambitious gunman Nobody (Terence Hill) sets his eye on his idol, gunslinger Jack Beauregard (Henry Fonda) who’s intent on sailing off into retirement. Deciding his hero should go out with guns blazing, Nobody sets him up for a showdown with a pack of the deadliest bad guys in the West, triggering an unforgettable finale that’s become an action comedy legend! Now available in pristine high definition, this is the definitive collector’s edition of this classic western.

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