A weak effort by Sergio Bergonzelli with William Berger in a No-Name type of leading role.
Since the plot was full of holes, I was willing to settle for some mindless entertainment, but the action was not exactly exciting. The Italian Western gimmickry is present here as Berger uses exploding cigars as a weapon against all enemies, but this doesn’t help much as the action scenes are generally not so well directed while the explosions themselves looked really cheap making the whole thing even more disappointing.
Berger was simply OK and he seemed unable to lift the film beyond mediocrity. Bruno Nicolai’s score had some nice trumpet parts, but was quite different from the great style of Indio Black or Have A Good Funeral My Friend Sartana Will pay.
What do you think about it?