After Pardon Chato, a mestizo, killed a US marshal in self-defense, a posse pursues him, but as the white volunteers advance deep in Indian territory they become more hunted then prey, leading to internal strife. They rape Chato's woman, and are hunted down to the last man by the unrelenting warrior. Written by
The scream of his victims is the only sound he makes.
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This is the first film out of six that Charles Bronson and Michael Winner made together. See more
When Joshua Everette leaves the gang to seek medical help for his broken shoulder, he can be seen using his arm normally. He is supposedly dying of a broken arm, perhaps from infection or something, but as he leaves he shifts his reins with the bad arm and then uses the reins in the bad arm to whip his horse. See more
You know, one thing I never could fathom was this... how did them Yankees win?
Capt. Quincey Whitmore
They had more... more men, more guns, more food, more luck. You know, when I look back at it, I know now that it was there for the seeing... except we didn't see it.
Referenced in My Best Friend's Birthday