Old Surehand and Winnetou investigate the murders of a mother and daughter. The surviving husband believes that his wife and daughter were murdered by Indians, but Old Surehand suspects that it is the work of a gang of robbers and bandits known as The Vultures, who disguise themselves as Indians while committing their crimes.
The wickedest hell-hole in the West ... where the devil is a blonde-haired woman !
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Did You Know?
Not willing to cater to Pierre Brice's dead serious take on the material, Stewart Granger played his part with an outright tongue-in-cheek attitude. See more
The film depicted a Shoshone encampment in which a totem pole was prominently displayed amongst the tee-pees. The Shoshone, nomadic in nature, did not have totem poles as part of their tribal culture. The totem pole was found only in cultures of the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America (Washington State and British Columbia, Canada). See more
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