A violent tale featuring Harrison as a man out for revenge for the death of his father. He decides to team up with Sancho, a notorious but friendly killer. The local land baron is their ...
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Rafael Romero Marchent
A violent tale featuring Harrison as a man out for revenge for the death of his father. He decides to team up with Sancho, a notorious but friendly killer. The local land baron is their target and when he catches wind of what's going on he hires Sabata to protect him. Written by
Bandits under their leader Ramon (Fernando Sancho) take the passengers of a stagecoach as hostages. The bandits want to spend some time in a safe place, namely a coaching inn. Walton (Richard Harrison), the owner of that place, is a retired former gunman, though. He has hidden his guns away, but when the bandits start killing the hostages and threatening his wife (Erika Blanc) and son, it's time for Walton to get the guns back, right? But things are getting even worse as his former worst enemy Stevens (Bruno Corazzari) is also on his way to the station.
'Prima ti perdono... poi t'ammazzo' is a western below average, simple and predictable, with sloppy photography, and apart from completists who like to watch all movies with Fernando Sancho or Richard Harrison in them, nobody really needs to bother.
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