Returning from the civil war Jim Slade discovers his parents dead at their farm. It is said that the gang under the lead of Corbett has committed the crime. Jim now goes for revenge but ... See full summary »
Peter Lee Lawrence,
Dallas tries to regain his father's farm which he lost in a card game with Kelly. But Kelly is now dead and his daughter, Glenda, doesn't know how to play poker. There are also rumors of a hidden treasure.
Travelling actor and gunman Joe Clifford inherits a gold mine from his uncle. Returning to claim the mine, he finds town boss Berg, his uncle's murderer, controls it instead. Clifford sets ... See full summary »
Mary Paz Pondal
A wagon load of convicts on their way to prison is being escorted through the mountains by a cavalry troop. They are attacked by a bandit gang, and only a sergeant, his beautiful young ... See full summary »
Johnny 'Texas' Brennan (Wayde Preston) comes to town in order to investigate a gold robbery. A certain Prescott was accused of it, but is supposed to be innocent. The town's ruler Clanton (Joe De Santis) has objections against such an investigation - but his pretty daughter Gladys (Loredana Nusciak, 'Django') trusts the stranger and helps him. Clanton sends the 3 Ramirez brothers to kill Brennan who then disappears and returns in a strange disguise...
Director Mario Gariazzo began this movie in 1966, but the production company went bust, and another director, Leopoldo Savona, completed the movie three years later (source: the book 'Willkommen In Der Hölle' by C. Kessler). This problematic history explains why this is such a poor picture. Even the photography with its day-for-night shots is disappointing. Wayde Preston uses ridiculous false beards, I wonder why anyone takes his various disguises seriously. However, De Santis is an impressive, hateful villain and the movie manages at least a few nice tricks along the way which you haven't seen in other westerns.
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