Google translated review (pretty shitty translation, but what the hell):
Stan , a bespectacled guy , rides into a town . There has just committed a bank robbery in the shoes of a Mexican gang is pushed . Want to eradicate the Mexicans . Actual controllers Of course the feelings entirely mutual. There seems to be a variant of A Fistful of Dollars go ontspinnen , when Stan goes for both gangs to work. Fortunately it is not as trite together and show Stan to have his own agenda …
Spaghetti western that does its job fairly , without taking the decision to have too many resources . In particular, a number of elements in the violent atmosphere make the picture worth it. Protagonist Richard Harrison carries the film with his performance . It is one of the better roles from the extensive work of the actor .
In many ways , the film is standard . Particularly annoying , pissed out , the film does little good music . Moreover, a number of complications clumsy and put the end to my taste too bland . A sadistic revenge tour for the murder of his brother seems to be because Stan’s motivation. Justifiable , but that’s ultimately proves Stan the genius behind the bank robbery . After one gang to completely wipe out and send with pockets stones , the other on the road it seems good to have for each other. However, it was all see through a woman , that he is stuck . For a character that thinking of everything , he even has a arsenaaltje glasses with them in case there is yet another of his nose is beaten , Stan has never viewed that good . A silly comic twist at the last minute that totally fits the grim atmosphere of the last half hour . Overall, however, I am cautiously optimistic about the film .