Saloon owner/goldmine thief Aldo Sambrell hires gunmen and a weird cave- dwelling mental case to make it easier to take over other people's claims. It's up to stranger Giacomo Rossi-Stuart and his bounty hunter friend to stop him.
This movie is a mess. Everything about it is pretty dull, the story, performances, direction, photography, and even the score. A love- triangle between sexy showgirl Diana Lorys, Sambrell, and the stranger's virginal girlfriend fails to generate any sparks either. A compact running time of less than eighty-minutes doesn't even help.
The best thing about this is watching the bounty hunter single-handedly inventing ballistic testing!
Finally, the print I watched conveniently left out the credit sequence. Apparently, even they thought this is best forgotten!