Before his very eyes, a young boy watches the cutthroats of a small gang raid his humble home, rape and slaughter his whole family. Fifteen years later, Bill Meceita, the once-helpless boy and the sole survivor of the massacre, has now become a cool and skilful sharpshooter, seeking revenge against the band of unknown killers. In the meantime, the seasoned gunslinger and freshly out of prison, Ryan, has already embarked on a journey of sweet retribution, unaware that before long, he will cross paths with Bill, sharing the same desire for justice. But what could possibly unite the two unlikely companions?
This is revenge... And there's nothing sweet about it!
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Did You Know?
The flamenco guitar used in the movie has a clear stick-on guard below the sound hole. Though these didn't exist in the Old West, modern flamenco players often apply these to their guitars (often practice models) to keep their long fingernails from wearing holes in the instrument. See more
When we first see Bill Meceita (John Phillip Law
), he is practicing his shooting. The first revolver he shoots, a six-shot Colt Peacemaker, turns out to be a 9 shooter, and the second is an 11 shooter. See more
You! Who are you?
Someone who takes his anger out on men.
What are you trying to say? That I'm afraid?
You've got a stupid face, but you get it.
Some versions, including the Japanese DVD release from SPO, are missing a single shot of a person being stabbed (in the opening sequence), cut by the censors on the film's first English language release in the 1960s. Subsequent DVD releases from MGM in Europe contain the uncut version, with the shot of the stabbing included in the film. See more
References For a Few Dollars More
Death Rides A Horse (Vocal version)
Composed by Maurizio Graf
(as Attansio) and Ennio Morricone
Performed by Raul Lovecchio
(as Raoul) See more