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Django has become a bounty hunter who is asked to chase a villain who has kidnapped a young girl. Because he is not offered enough money, he decides to join forces with the bandit but he's double-crossed by the ruthless villain.
A low budget Chorizo Western by Leon Klimovsky with an American star and a lot of ordinary support players
Sam Foster : James Philbrook , a tough bounty hunter pursues some bandits led by Sonora : Mariano Vidal Molina , then he is suddenly attacked by Indians . Sam is wounded and is then healed by Mary Patterson : Nuria Torray . Meanwhile , Sonora and her brother Jimmy Patterson : Julio Pérez Tabernero , assault a bank and they shoot a banker . Later on , a posse formed by a sheriff : Alfonso Rojas , deputies and a group of volunteers set out in pursuit the nasty robbers .
Short budget and poor Paella western with usual ingredients such as noisy action , chases ,thrills , go riding and shootouts . There is plenty of shots and fights in the movie , guaranteeing some crossfires or stunts every few minutes . Below average Tortilla western filmed in Madrid outskirts and in a location called Seseña , a place similar to very known Almería , where in the 60s and 70s were made lots of Spaghetti Westerns. It stars James Philbrook , an American second-class actor who played several Westerns as American as European . In the film appears customary actors from Spaghetti or Paella Western as Alfonso Rojas , Julio Tabernero , Rafael Vaquero , Perla Cristal, José Sancho and Mariano Vidal Molina . It contains an atmospheric and functional cinematography by Pablo Ripoll. And an anti-climatic and inappropriate musical score by Fernando García Morcillo.
This ¨Tortilla¨ or ¨Gazpacho¨ Western was poorly made by León Klimovsky , it has a number of flaws and gaps , being strictly a Western fodder . This was his third western , though the first was a comical Western titled ¨Torrejon City¨ starred by Tony Leblanc , the second was ¨Alambradas De Violencia¨ or ¨A few dollars for Django¨ with Anthony Steffen . León subsequently directed other westerns , most of them pretty mediocre , such as ¨Reverendo Colt¨ , ¨One dollar , one tomb¨ , ¨Fuera De Ley¨ , ¨Hand up dead man¨ , ¨Quinto fighting pound¨ , among others . León was a craftsman who directed all kinds of genres , as Warlike : ¨June 44 attack force Normandy¨ , ¨A bullet for Rommel¨ , ¨Bridge over Elba¨ , being expert on terror genre with his fetish actor , Paul Naschy , as ¨Night of Walpurgis¨ , ¨Revolt of dead ones¨ , ¨A dragonfly for each dead¨ , ¨Marshall of hell¨ , and ¨Doctor Jekill versus Wolfman¨.
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