When a girl in a town that's populated by Hispanics is attacked, the only thing she says before falling into a coma is that her attacker is an outsider, a Caucasian. So the sheriff arrests ... See full summary »

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Manuel Vega
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When a girl in a town that's populated by Hispanics is attacked, the only thing she says before falling into a coma is that her attacker is an outsider, a Caucasian. So the sheriff arrests the only outsiders there are. All he can do is hope that one of them will admit to being the attacker or that the girl can wake up long enough to identify him. But at the same time her father is preparing a lynch mob. So it's only a matter of time. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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"One of you is guilty - the other two are suckers!" See more »

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October 1967 (USA)  »

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Los violentos  »

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David Carradine was evil from the start...
17 May 2005 | by (The House of Good Schlock) – See all my reviews

Although this Western isn't very good, its interesting for one of David Carradine's early performances. He plays one of three men accused of raping a young girl in a small New Mexico town. Fernando Lamas overplays the Mexican sheriff that has to find out who raped the girl, because the town's people are vengeful and ready to go a-lynchin'. Carradine shows that bad-guyness was one of his strong points as an actor even in his early years: at one point he keeps referring to the sheriff as "Mex," clearly getting under the poor man's skin. The film itself is kind of a bland drive-in type picture that would've played better on television. Aldo Ray also stars.


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