Set during the Mexican Revolution, a man known only as "The Dutchman" has a plan, and brings in four of his old acquaintences, including an old army buddy and a silent Japanese swordsman, to help him out by promising a $1000 reward if it succeeds. The plan turns out to be a fool's mission: rob a train carrying $500,000 in gold that's guarded by dozens of heavily armed soldiers and passes through a steady stream of military checkpoints. Naturally, his friends agree to go along with the scheme.
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...heists a fortune in Mexican gold
Did You Know?
In addition to writing the screenplay, Dario Argento directed some of the scenes uncredited. This was before his official directorial debut the following year with "The Bird With the Crystal Plummage" (1970). See more
One of the soldiers killed on the train opens his eyes as they set up his body to make it look like he is still alive. See more
Some men die for money, some die for causes. They're gonna die for us.
Referenced in Agent Vinod