Mann is a gunman informed by a childhood friend that his father was murdered years earlier by his mother and her lover. To make matters worse, Mann's sister, who is in love with his friend,... See full summary »
Three Mexican musicians are traveling across the country when they suddenly see a farm burned down by bandits. By a stroke of luck, they find in the ruins of the house what the bandits didn't find: a treasure map showing where Montezuma's legendary golden barge is hidden. The problem is, the hiding-place is next to the camp of the dangerous bandit El Supremo. But the three musicians make the acquaintance of a very fast gunman, Johnny Madoc aka Pecos, and they decide that with his help, it is worth trying, so the four men go together on a hunt for the treasure.
This is a sequel to "Johnny Madoc", starring Robert Woods again as Pecos (or Johnny Madoc in dubbed versions). It has a very bizarre villain (El Supremo thinks he is a descendant of Montezuma and sits on a throne), but the first movie had more narrative elegance and qualities, whereas the second one is somewhat clumsy.
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