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Film — Animated
Spirit of the West: Nowadays they got a name for just about everything. It doesn't matter what they call you; it's the deeds that make the man.
Film — Live-Action
With his name painted clearly on each:
But, since he omitted to mention the fact,
They were all left behind on the beach.
The loss of his clothes hardly mattered, because
He had seven coats on when he came,
With three pairs of boots—but the worst of it was,
He had wholly forgotten his name.
It felt so good to be out of the rain
In the desert, you can remember your name
'Cause there ain't no one for to give you no pain
Agent 47: Names are for friends, so I don't need one.
Kaiba: Hold on! What countries are you even talking about?
Alister: It doesn't matter.
Kaiba: Hum, it actually kinda does! Otherwise how am I supposed to understand where you were or what was happening?
Alister: Look, there was a vague conflict between two rival nations! That's all you need to know! [...] The enemy wouldn't give up. Not until they won...
Kaiba: Did the enemy have a name?
Alister: STOP ASKING FOR IMPORTANT DETAILS AND JUST LET ME TELL YOU MY STUPID HEAVY-HANDED STORY!
The Nameless Ones: Yes.
Bob: Okay, continue.
The Nameless Ones: We were going to.
Alinua: Your name. Youre not Vash, so you need a name, right?
Protagonist/Kendal: Oh. I mean, yeah, I guess. Hmm. Hmmmmm.
Alinua: Okay, well let me know when you figure that out.
Gus: Like who?
Mikey: Like the Artist Formerly Known as Prince, the Unknown Soldier, and the other four guys in the Jackson Five.
Bounty Hunter: The Horse With No Name.
Cassie: But if you're called "The Horse With No Name", surely that is your name.
Bounty Hunter: Shuddup!
Marion: She's got a point you know.