I’ve figured this one out I think! It is a “pre” spaghetti western. Dealing with the events that turn people into violent killers. Most spaghetti western anti heroes start out as simple or normal people. But becuase of a vicious act of violence, they are forced to become savage killers. As in Sam Walbash and Today We kill… But the scenes of the “normal” character are usually only one or two scene footnotes. Not so with Four of the Apocalypse. Most of the movie, Stubby is a normal or regular person. Just a fella. He stays thatway throughout the film until he is forced to become a murderer because of the violence perpetrated on him and his friends by Chaco. Pre spaghetti meaning this focuses on the situations and violemce that force people to become savage killers. Like the anti hero. And so, Stubby only really becomes an anti hero in the film’s finale. And in my interpretaion, he rides away just lke most anti heroes to become a notorious gunfighter like Django, Sabat, Sartana, and Ringo. Make way for Stubby.
Here is Stubby normal, then anti hero.
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