Ranch owner MacGregor has seven sons and oldest Gregor leads his brothers to Las Mesas, a small town where they want to sell horses. They get into trouble with local people who are related ... See full summary »
Bandits ambush Capt. Roy Dexter of the U.S. Cavalry while he and his men escort a fortune in Confederate gold coins. Only Dexter survives the attack. He's subsequently sentenced to life in ... See full summary »
E' il giorno della festa di fidanzamento fra Gregor Mac Gregor e Rosita. All'improvviso arriva il bandito Maldonado che, con la sua banda, deruba Gregor ed i suoi sei fratelli dell'oro ... See full summary »
Juan and Andrés met during the Spanish Civil War. One is Francoist and the other Republican. They hate each other to death, but the circumstances make that both spend the night under the ... See full summary »
Errol's son Sean Flynn plays Timothy, a young lawyer who inherits a gold mine. The bandit Rodriguez (or "Sancho" in the German dubbed version, played by Fernando Sancho) tries to get hold of the mine by killing Timothy, but soon finds Timothy is not alone. Five experienced fighters teach the young man everything he needs to know about riding, shooting and drinking (!), and with the help of a silent stranger, they become "seven magnificent guns" ("Sette magnifiche pistole") to fight the bandits.
"I never get into trouble with the law - I am the law!", Rodriguez/Sancho once exclaims, and his oh-so typical role is pure bliss. The education of a greenhorn to turn him into a real westerner is hardly a new story, but told with enthusiasm. Even if the picture is flawed, obviously made with a low budget and suffering from lack of originality, it is surprisingly entertaining. The secret is probably its simplicity: it delivers what the audience expects. So be it.
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