Synopsis by Jeremy Wheeler
Mark Harmon stars in this highly explosive actioner from Italian maestro Enzo G. Castellari as Gacel Sayah, the leader of the most feared tribe in the Sahara, the Tuareg. Able to survive for days without food and water and traveling only by foot across the scorching landscape, the Tuareg are self-sufficient and as adaptable an enemy as any. When two political captives run across their camp, the Tuareg give them refuge, though it isn't long until a group of crooked soldiers hunt them down. Many dead Tuareg bodies are left in their wake, with one prisoner left, barely. The hunt then turns on the soldiers, as Gacel leads an avenging attack on the people that dared spill Tuareg blood on his sand. Castellari was a king of Italian action for many years, though Tuareg -- Il Guerriero Del Deserto is regarded as the final, expensive blow to his career.