A man referred to only as "Yankee" rides into a dying, desolate town in frontier New Mexico which is completely controlled by a man called the "Grand Cougar." Almost immediately, a battle for dominance ensues.
Did You Know?
The studio boss hired someone to fix the movie and delete the bulk of the synecdoche. Tinto Brass
sued the studio and won the right to delete his directorial credit from the movie. That's why the original prints of the film were credited as "Un film di Antony Luc," a play on the name of the co-producer, Antonio Lucatelli
. Finding that having a fake name and no director's credit was impeding box office sales, the producers reached a financial settlement whereby the film would be "Un film di Tinto Brass," though there would still be no director credited on the posters. See more
Easy, boys. I'm not finished with him yet.