R | | Drama, Western
A wandering gunfighter plays two rival families against each other in a town torn apart by greed, pride, and revenge.
(At around thirty-two minutes) The bartender's laugh can be heard in the beginning of Ministry's song "You Know What You Are".
Crazy bellringer was right, there's money to be made in a place like this.
After the shootout at the graveyard (between the Baxters and Rojos) Joe is carrying an unconscious Marisol and hides near the corner of the building when the Rojo gang returns to the compound. However, it appears that Joe and Marisol are clearly visible to the Rojo gang.
The original British theatrical release had about 4 minutes cut by the BBFC. Many closeup shots of bloodied faces and bodies (including the body of Chico) were removed, as well as a shot of Ramon dripping blood from his mouth. The main cuts however were to the beating up of Eastwood, which lost a hand stomping scene, and extensive cuts to the assault on the Baxters house which was cut to shorten the overall sequence by removing all shots of men on fire and the shooting of Consuela Baxter (the cut version removes the shot of her falling backwards). The 1999 MGM video and DVD releases are fully uncut and the same as the USA DVD release.