-Good film from Rafael Romero Marchent. Peter Lee Lawrence’s Johnny is interesting character, first I was about to think he’s the hero of the film as the film starts with blond kid whose father is killed and then his uncle teaches him to shoot. Then in the sudden cut Marchent cuts to grown up Johnny who kills a bunch of soldiers and tortures one of them. He is crazed killer but also a gentleman and a tragic figure. Anthony Steffen makes his usual routine but he’s not much of a hero either, especially during the first 30 minutes when he’s tracking down Johnny and brutally beating his gang members and he’s even about to drown a whore in the saloon. During the latter half of the movie he plays it more usual Steffen style which is a bit let down as the pattern of psychotic killer against another would have been interesting.
Film has lots of familiar spaghetti faces: Raf Baldassarre, Frank Braña, Lorenzo Robledo etc. and some decent music by Marcello Giombini.
Recommended film. 3 1/2 out of 5.