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One great legend portrays another in this critically acclaimed, highly original Western.

Willie Nelson is Barbarosa, a notorious outlaw whose name is both feared and hated by residents of a Mexican village. He is married to Josephina (Isela Vega), but her father, Don Braulio (Gilbert Roland), despises him-so much, in fact, that he has given his sons the mission of killing Barbarosa. Undaunted, Barbarosa creeps into the village by night to see his wife; by day he outruns and outwits his would-be assassins.

When Barbarosa meets Karl (Gary Busey), a naive farmhand also on the run for an accidental killing, he decides to teach him the tricks of his trade.


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