I saw this a while back, and wasn't impressed at all. About a month ago I bought the wild east version and just got around to watching it. A while back, I viewed some copy/ version of this before thought it looked like a copy and paste version of fistful of dollars, meets Django, meets an episode of Gun smoke, with a poorly done lead role, no good, violent, nasty, villain, a mediocre score, and rehashed plot. I couldn't recall the ending. Then, this morning I opened my wild east copy up and gave it a proper viewing. I have to say it is not worth being in the bottom 20. Valerii is a genius for making a simple, ultra wicked to the point western, with a great ending, a great opening scene ( the scene before the credits). Craig hill as the lead is agood but not great choice. Hill does not display the personality of Nero ( Django, Keoma) or Eastwood, ( Dollars trilogy) and Hill is not quite as funny ( as say Terrence Hill in the Trinity films) but his personality lies somewhere in between. The action sequences are shot well, but the build ups are nowhere as intense as one's displayed by Leone. The rest of the film speaks for itself. Overall I really enjoyed this, much more the second time around. 8/10.