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This film directed by Joaquin Romero Marchent is a typical example of American western tough it is partly Italian and partly Spanish. Normally Italian films contain more violent scenes, shootings, deaths. In this one we have pure sentimentalism, assault by indians, irony and so on. We are far from Leone's style who launched a new western style that inspired many other directors, Americans too. Most of the actors are Spanish, even if there are some Italians like Raf Baldassarre in the role of Jeff, a violent cowboys, and Robert Hundar pseudonym of Claudio Undari a Sicilian actor specialized in western films. The original dialogues seem to be in Spanish then dubbed into Italian in the version I have. Shot in Almeria and in the Elios studios near Rome.
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