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This was the third and the last western from Batzella and it isn't better than the other.
Two good actors, Cameron and O'Brien, a simple story and a bad directing makes a not really bad but boring movie. The soundtrack from Kojucharov is OK. He also composed music to a few other Spaghetti Western. This movie is also a combination of the two others so you can see a lot of scenes which you have also seen in the other both.
All in all there is nothing more to say about this movie. You don't have to the three Batzella movies. Better to watch the western from Demofilo Fidani, they are also bad but very funny.
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