Dubious Bounty Killer Hank Fellows tracks bank stage coaches to observe them being robbed. Only afterwards does he move in on the bandits to collect his reward. The manager of the Omaha ... See full summary »
Jerry, Reno and Paco are in prison, where they meet a young Mexican man who claims he has been convicted for a crime he hasn't committed. Mysteriously, the three men are released of prison and proceed to prove the Mexican man's innocence.
I have probably seen about 100 spaghetti westerns and truly love the genre, so for me to be able to say "don't see this movie," it has to be pretty awful.
Out of those 100 or so spaghettis I have seen (some of which are considered "classic," many that are considered to be far from it, and many that fall somewhere in between) this is the ONLY one so far that I have not liked! There is nothing good that I can say about this movie. The story is not at all interesting, the score is bland, the constant brawls get boring really fast, and they look too much like fun to have any real impact.
It's too bad that spaghetti greats Piero Lulli and Eduardo Fajardo had to get involved in this mess. Even their characters are dull and lifeless.
In all fairness, I have to say that I was only able to sit through about 1/2 to 3/4 of this movie, but I seriously doubt that it got any better after I stopped it and ended my torture.
Quite possibly the worst spaghetti western of all time.
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