Starting watching this last night, fell asleep and finished this afternoon. I wasn't finding the film all that interesting for the first 45 minutes, as evidenced by my falling asleep, and my interest level didn't pick up any today when finishing the film. Maybe I should give it another shot sometime, as I don't really feel like I was paying enough attention to it(I still can't give an accurate plot synopsis), but this is usually a sign that the movie isn't going to work for me...
The direction feels terribly uninspired, the sets & costumes look very cheap/stupid.. which could of been overcome, if the film was handled correctly. Scenes of action didn't really perk my interest at all, aside from a couple cold-blooded killings by the Sheriff.
Quote of the move, Ringo to Bandit cellmate:
"Your pants.", "Huh?", "Take off your pants!" "C'mon take em off! This is no time to be shy."
All while the bandit is struggling with his pants, looking up timidly at Ringo..
Only highlight of the film for me was Eduardo Fajardo, but not nearly enough to save it.
Something Weird lists this as William Berger's debut western, however El Cisco predates it by 1 year
And the film ends on a fistfight, in the water, and then the two guys riding off together... Not even treated to any kind of real ending in this film. This one probably makes my list of worst spaghettis ever.