A sheriff is killed by the leader of the local bad guys, and the father of the sheriff is not to pleased of course. The father Mr.Piluk (Edmund Purdom) is the local undertaker and also plays a mean violin when he is in a bad mood. His son appoints him a deputy just before he dies, and Piluk seeks revenge for his sons death. Meanwhile a new sheriff arrives in town and starts to fall in love with Piluk’s granddaughter.
Piluk is the reason why I like this one as he is an old man who you think would not hurt a fly, and is therefore interesting when he is seeking revenge. Piluk is a clever man, who also likes some dry humour from time to time. Music by Carlo Savina has some nice themes in the score, including whistling and trumpet tracks.