Just finished watching this for a second time. But as I was wasted the first time, it was like a whole new experience.
Coincidentally it's also the second Batzella flick I watched this week; Blackmail being the other. Django's Cut Price Corpses is as bad as Blackmail, but way more fun. If you like Fidani's westerns, this one comes easily recommended. The opposite is of course also true. If you dislike Miles Deem's work, do not watch this one.
Anyway, Jeff Cameron is the Django of service here. He's after the Cortez brothers, who robbed a bank in Silver City and fleed to Mexico. There are also some others after the gang: Fulton who needs to get the gold back and Pickwick who wants his saddle back (because it was a gift from his grandpa). Needless to say there's also a lot of interest in the stolen gold.
A fun Paolo Solvay flick that manages to entertain, despite of its utter cheapness.
Version watched: A rip from Dutch television.