Synopsis by Robert Firsching
Luigi Batzella directed this tedious spaghetti western under the pseudonym "Paolo Solvay." Gioffredo Scarciofolo stars (using his standard alias, "Jeff Cameron") as Tom Carter, whose brother was murdered and robbed by the evil Ringo Brown (William Mayor) shortly after taking all his money out of the bank to marry Cora (Krista Nell), a local saloon girl. Tom is suspicious of Cora, but she helps him unmask the real killer, ruthless town boss Lee Rastus (Donald O'Brien), who is also trying to swindle a prospector's family out of their farm. The usual showdowns and heroism ensue, although Batzella directs without much enthusiasm, and the performances are fairly listless. Much of the cast returned for Batzella's La Colt Era il Suo Dio the following year.