Cowboy Rick,on his way to visit his sweetheart, encounters a bevy of beautiful Indian maidens and dallies with one of them. Later, when one of the girls is murdered by a passing no-good, the tribe falsely blames Rick and sentences him to die. But Tuwanna, the chief's daughter with whom Rick, um, dallied, has other ideas. Written by
Jim Beaver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
All the More Blatant in Color!
Did You Know?
Filmed at Spahn's Movie Ranch near Chatsworth, CA, in late 1968. The ranch was used for occasional filming of TV westerns like Bonanza
(1959) and The Lone Ranger
(1949), as well as for David O. Selznick
's western Duel in the Sun
(1946). However, with the decline of westerns in general, owner George Spahn decided to allow a group of misfit hippies to reside there temporarily in the spring of 1968 in exchange for minor upkeep of the ranch. This was shortly before filming of this movie took place. The group called themselves "The Family" and were led by Charles Manson
and two of their members, Catherine Share
and Bobby Beausoleil
- who was later convicted of murdering a music teacher who sold mescaline to them - appear in this film. See more
Director/co-writer "Van Guylder" is an alias for Ed Forsythe who directed this and several exploitation films. David F. Friedman is the uncredited producer. See more
Referenced in Playboy: The Story of X