This is Corbucci's hidden gem and is rarely mentioed alongside Django and the Great Silence. Minnestoa Clay, a brave but nearly blind gunfighter who returns to his home town to take get his life back together. Meanwhile the town is torn apart by two gangs, one is headed by Fox who is cjealos of Clay, and is responsbile for Clay's imprisonment. Ortiz a mexican wants dislikes Fox.
Favorite scene is Clay dying in nancy's arms, but not after getting his revenge on Fox. Clay is never fully able to tell Nancy who he really is.
Second favorite scene is where a man in the town says "Minnesota clay. the greatest gunfighter that ever lived." Before Clay was sentenced to prison, law and order wasn't such a problem.
Third favorite scene "Thanks Johnthan for all you've done fo my daughter." Johnthan's role is small but effective. He is fed up with Fox.
Fourth favorite scene is a prime example of Corbucci doing great work behind the camera. The gunfight at the ranch, leading into the ranch being set on fire. This is how it's done.
Fifth favorite scene The shooting of the snake, taking the doctor hostage, and escaping from the labor camp. This scene was remarkable, and had to influence dozens of others. Within the blink of an eye, we see Clay is no hero.