While escorting a Spanish princess back to her homeland, a wisecracking gunfighter does battle with such foes as Vikings, Moors, barbarians, evil spirits, a raging bull, and a maniacal Shakespeare-quoting hunchback.
A blind, but deadly, gunman, is hired to escort fifty mail order brides to their miner husbands. His business partners double cross him, selling the women to bandit Domingo. Blindman heads into Mexico in pursuit.
If you thought a Tony Anthony movie couldn't get more boring...
Even if I had seen the movie in the original 3-D process it was filmed in, I seriously doubt it could have masked the utterly boring and unoriginal story. The constant jabbing of things into the camera lens is initially amusing, but soon becomes tiring.
In fact, the whole movie is seriously tired, a mix of elements from previous Tony Anthony movies (some of which were ripped off from Sergio Leone movies
talk about copies of copies!), and once again Anthony gives a performance
that alternates between indifference and about-to-burst-into-tears. Much of the budget must have been spent on buying an extra camera, because the movie has a real cheap and quickly-shot appearance.
If you decide to watch the movie anyway, be sure you have fresh batteries in your remote - I guarantee you'll be using the fast-forward button a lot.
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