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Sartana has a bounty on his head and he's wanted dead or alive. To eliminate this he makes a deal with the local politicians. If he hunts down the marauding Randal Brothers, the bounty will be removed.
Hunter Powers plays smug, deadly bounty hunter Lazaar, who isn't averse to killing his prey and keeping whatever gold they've stolen too, as well as the reward money! He keeps the gold in a coffin in a remote graveyard watched over by an old man he's blackmailing (I think), but little does he know that there's a young upstart following him to the next town
and the next town, and then one after that, then another one, and there might be another before the young guy finds a town to settle in. We eventually start to get some sort of plot by the time as Lazaar starts to blackmailing the local (evil) mine owner who is a wanted man, there's some sort of gypsy lady, and the mine owner's also evil henchman dresses like Juan Sheet – mascot for the kitchen roll Plenty! Also, playing a gypsy in this film seems to mean wearing a lot of necklaces and having dirty smudges all over your face.
This one also takes place in the exact same town as the Unholy Four without any changes at all! That's confusing for starters. And Gordon Mitchell does a Kinski and appears in the film for about five minutes!
Apart from that, you get the usual Spaghetti Western plot (Old Gunslinger/Young Gunslinger/Gold/Teaming up/Double Cross/Crooked Businessman/Mexicans/Shooting stuff). It's neither good or bad.
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