Follows the adventures and travels of four petty criminals in 1873 Utah whom include gambler and swindler Stubby Preston, pregnant prostitute Bunny O'Neal, drunkard Clem, and a mental disturbed man, named Bud, who's obsessed with the dead. The quartet travel aimlessly through the Utah Badlands looking for food, water and people to swindle, while they are harassed by a villanous Mexican bandit, named Chaco, whom Stubby vows revenge after the bandito sexually assaults Bunny.
Did You Know?
Two scenes where deleted from the final cut of the film. One of them was after Chaco leaves the group for dead, an injured Clem crawls on his wounded leg and unties Stubby. This scene was deleted because it dragged the film on. Despite the fact the scene was deleted it was seen on one of the lobby cards issued for the film. The other scene omitted from the film was a full blown love scene between Stubby and Bunny, but it was deleted because it was considered excess. To this day the scenes are considered lost or have yet to be discovered. See more
When Stubby takes the doll from the dead little Swiss girl, she moves her left hand. See more
Chaco is the name my friend, and I would be very happy to join your group.
Nobody invited you.
But I did. I'm a damn good hunter you know. Wherever you go you'll have a piece of meat every day.
Music by Franco Bixio
, Fabio Frizzi
, & Vince Tempera
Words by Rink Greenfield
& Peter Cook
Sung by Greenfield & Cook and Benjamin Franklin Group See more