Watched this one straight after Forgotten Pistolero, but unlike that film, hadn't seen this one before.
Four men escape from an asylum when it is set ablaze as a distraction to cover a robbery. One of the men, an amnesiac, is recognised by one of the robbers, but he dies before he can provide any further information. The four former inmates then travel to the town (incidentally the same one as named in Forgotten Pistolero) where it seems the mystery of the amnesiac's identity can be solved.
Really loved the opening theme tune, though it seemed a little too jaunty for this type of film. Also it was played so damn much that i couldn't get it out of my head and it got rapidly irritating. Not sure why the English title of this was The Unholy Four...... Slightly deranged maybe but hardly unholy, i mean one of them was obsessed with Jesus and singing hymns! Once again Leonard Mann is out acted by his more animated comapnions and once again he plays an amnesiac. Given that blank look of his i guess it's a good type of role, but that's a small complaint. He did well enough, and i really enjoyed this one. Again, the twist of who rendered him in that state was not hard to figure out but it didn't detract from the film. Probably give this one another viewing soon.