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A young man who has lost his memory, escapes from prison with three other convicts. The other men help him find back bits of his past, until they arrive at a village where two warring families recognize him. Apparently he has a reputation for being a fast gun, and he has been paid to kill a man - who says he is his father. His younger brother is jealous of the attention the prodigal son receives,... See full summary »
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Unknown to anybody else but himself The Stranger arrives in an abandoned town where he witnesses the slaughter of Mexican soldiers by a gang led by Aguila. The Stranger threatens Aguila to denounce him if he does not accept to let him take part in the theft of a shipment of gold. The plan is a success but when The Stranger claims his due, he gets a good beating instead. However The Stranger manages to escape with the gold. The bandits, who want his skin, pursue him. But The Stranger is not the kind to get caught so easily... Written by
Virtually all of the outdoor night sequences were clearly shot as "day-for-night", as the sky is clearly blue. See more »
Psst. Hey - c'mere.
[the Stranger walks over to him]
Get out, and don't stop 'till you're out of town ten miles.
Look, I'm tired and I wanna sleep.
[Paco pulls a switchblade on him]
Ten miles. Trouble is, my horse out there is even more tired than I am. I don't think I can get the poor fella to take another step. And I don't want any trouble. 'Kay, boss?
[smashes a liquor bottle against Paco's head, killing him]
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This is a very unusual film dealing with a stranger, (Tony Anthony) who has a double reason for picking out this lonely abandoned looking town and finds some tough and rough looking characters who are really a bunch of cut-throats. The Stranger is looking for wanted men for a reward and also a gold shipment which is suppose to take place in this town. The Stranger keeps hidden and manages to watch everyone, even a woman who is a bi-sexual woman who has a man named Aguilar, (Frank Wolff) and a young girl with a baby. The Stranger gets caught and he makes a deal with Aguilar to give them some of the gold when it comes to town. There is very little conversation throughout this film and sometimes long periods of silence which keeps you anxious as to who is going to be beaten to death or killed. Don't miss this film, it has a great musical score and it seems like a film you have seen with Clint Eastwood as the star. Enjoy.
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