What Am I Doing in the Middle of the Revolution? (ItalianChe c'entriamo noi con la rivoluzione?, also known as ¡Qué nos importa la revolución!) is a 1972 Spaghetti Western comedy film.

The title should be understood, according the director Sergio Corbucci, as "What Am I Doing in the Middle of the Western Cinema?".[1] It is the final chapter of the Corbucci's trilogy about the Mexican revolution, after The Mercenary and Compañeros.[1][2] The film mixes comedy and political apologue.[3]


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Theatre director Don Albino Moncalieri and his only employee Guido Guidi are in desperate need of money. They comply immediately when they are hired by a certain Peppino Garibaldi, who seems to be a relative of famous Giuseppe Garibaldi. On tour throughout Mexiko they get by accident entangled in revolutionary activities and experience the fog of war.


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