Johnny Oro is not perfect, but I think it goes unnoticed amongst Corubcci's other works. I also think Mark Damon is a bit undervalued. It is an early entry for Corbucci, which I think adds to it's uniqueness. This film got the Corbucci all rolling ( so to speak). We have a anti-hero, motivated by greed, dressed in an all black outfit. We also have some cool duels, and explosive scene's. We have a good, catchy score. Typical Corbucci, but I like Mark Damon's acting in this. He is sometimes fierce, sometimes funny, but never dull. The film also stars Ettore Manni who is excellent as the sheriff. I really wish Corbucci didn't abandon this for Django, because I think Corbucci was on to something here. Had he stuck with this, I think Johnny Oro would have been a genre icon much like Sartana and Sabata.