Bounty killers led by Loco prey on outlaws hiding out in the snowbound Utahn mountains. After Pauline's husband becomes Loco's latest victim, she hires a gunman for revenge; Silence, mute since his throat was cut when he was a boy. Written by
Tom Seldon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Never was Kinski more evil - never was Kinski better!
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Did You Know?
The film's Italian trailer includes an appraisal of the film attributed to 20th Century Fox (the film's distributor in Italy and other territories) co-founder Darryl F. Zanuck
, which reads: ''Il migliore western all'italiana degli ultimi tempi'' (The best Spaghetti Western of recent times). In reality, Zanuck was offended by the film, and refused to release it in the United States. See more
When Silence and Burnett use potatoes as target practice, the potatoes they fire at frequently hurtle towards them. The impact of the bullets should have sent them farther away. See more
[after Silence has killed four other bounty killers
W-Wait! I-I surrender! Don't kill me! I-I won't do it again! I'm through with bounty hunting! Don't kill me, Silence!
[Silence shoots both of the man's thumbs off; the killer moans in pain
Damn you! You've... crippled my hands!
[tries to shoot Silence with his pistol, but is shot in the back by Miguel
References Day of the Outlaw