Daniel O’Hara saves himself from the attack of a group of outlaws that kill everyone aboard the coach who he's traveling on, his father too. As he's come to a little village, Daniel finds out that the local sheriff and some notables are all in the gang who murdered his dad. One by one he kills all the villains, completing his vengeance. It's a really undemanding Western that you can see with not much yawns and indignant mumblings; thanks to the craft of a solid artisan like Rafael Romero Marchent. Peter Lee Lawrence isn't exactly a monster of acting, but still manages to do his roles with dignity and professionalism. At the end it scores higher than many euro western of the same period.
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