Sartana, bounty hunter and gunfighter, witnesses the robbery of a shipment of gold. He finds his way into town where he meets with a lot of suspicious stares from the locals. He also meets with Samuel Spencer, who seems to own the company in this company town. The gold shipments are being stolen, so Spencer agrees to hire Sartana to protect the next gold shipment. Numerous dull-witted villains make attempts on Sartana's life, but he survives. Eventually, Sartana's nemesis Sabbath (he of the white coat and parasol) rides into town. With a showdown inevitable, Sartana and Sabbath square off to settle the score.
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Despite being top billed second after George Hilton, Charles Southwood only appears on-screen after over 45 minutes of the film. See more
Mantas' goons confront Sartana in Appaloosa and tell him to keep his hands away from the loaf of bread, an apparent reference to the previous scene in which he hid his gun in the bread. The henchmen could not have known about this, as the cantina owner--the only surviving witness--had no apparent opportunity to describe this incident to them. See more
I wonder how much money I owe you now?
[adds it up on paper
One million, three hundred thousand, four hundred and seventy dollars.
[looks at Angelo's paper
Yes, and twenty cents. Trying to cheat me, eh Angelo?
7 August 1970 (Italy)
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Also Known As:
I Am Sartana, Trade Your Guns for a Coffin
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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