Bandit Gordo frees a group of prisoners, forcing them to join his gang or die. Arizona Colt, declining to do either, heads for Blackstone City where Gordon is planning a robbery. When one ... See full summary »
After the Civil War, Michael "California" Random, is released from prison and goes to Missouri with his partner William. He is killed by bandits. California decides to return the belongings to his family and help them against outlaws.
Two drifters meet and soon become travelling companions. But one of them, Tim (Gemma), is being chased by a crazed killer and his band of gunmen to settle an old score. The two (Adore being... See full summary »
In the 19th century, when the Japanese Emperor sends a gift pony to the US President it gets stolen and ransomed by Indians but Sheriff Gideon aided by an inept Japanese servant offers to deliver the ransom.
Captured Confederate raider Gary Diamond is asked by a Yankee colonel to assist in preventing further unnecessary bloodshed between the two sides.In receiving news that a Confederate regiment is planning to attack Yankee Fort Yuma to steal its gold reserves the Yankee colonel asks Diamond for help.As a Confederate,Diamond wants to save Confederate lives.He agrees to warn the Confederate regiment that an attack on Fort Yuma would be futile since the fort is heavily defended with artillery.The Confederates believe that Fort Yuma is lightly defended.Gary Diamond escorted by Yankee Captain Lefevre and Sergeant Pitt head toward Fort Yuma to prevent a massacre but Fort Yuma's gold is on everyone's mind,friend and foe alike.Written by
The musical score of the film included some parts of the score for Malamondo (1964) in order to justify including Ennio Morricone in the score credits of the film. Morricone sued the producer and the dispute was settled in court in 1973. See more »
Near the end of the Civil War, imprisoned Confederate raider Giuliano Gemma is sent under guard to warn both his men and the Army at Fort Yuma that an impending rebel raid is really nothing but a ruse by scoundrels from both sides, in cahoots to take the fort's gold for themselves during the chaos. Soon Gemma slips his treacherous escort and attempts to complete the mission himself.
Fort Yuma Gold is well-paced and full of action, with unpredictable plot twists, colorful characters, and one cringe-worthy torture sequence that will have you clutching your eyeballs!
Rough-and-tumble Gemma has quite a winning personality. His charismatic performance goes a long way in helping make this already breezy, likable spaghetti western very satisfying.
The music score, co-written by the great Ennio Morricone, is fantastic and quite reminiscent of the ones he created for A Fistful Of Dollars and For A Few Dollars More.
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