Unrated | | Fantasy, Western
Four petty criminals, three men and a woman, wander through the trackless terrain of the Wild West Utah and are hounded by a sadistic bandit.
Two scenes where deleted from the final cut of the film. One of them was after Chaco leaves the group for dead, an injured Clem crawls on his wounded leg and unties Stubby. This scene was deleted because it dragged the film on. Despite the fact the scene was deleted it was seen on one of the lobby cards issued for the film. The other scene omitted from the film was a full blown love scene between Stubby and Bunny, but it was deleted because it was considered excess. To this day the scenes are considered lost or have yet to be discovered.
Chaco is the name my friend, and I would be very happy to join your group.
Stubby Preston: Nobody invited you.
Chaco: But I did. I'm a damn good hunter you know. Wherever you go you'll have a piece of meat every day.
The opening narration states that the story is set in 1873. However, when Bud is wandering through the cemetery, reading tombstones aloud, he says, "Mary Donahue, died in childbirth, February 1884."
The original US release cut the most graphic moments from a scene in which Tomas Milian cuts some skin off of a man's stomach, as well as cutting some dialogue from the climactic scene in which Milian taunts Fabio Testi about Milian's earlier rape of Lynne Frederick. Both scenes have been restored in Anchor Bay's recent DVD release. However, because neither scene was ever dubbed into English for the original release, these scenes are in Italian with English subtitles.