Mexican gunfighter Dave Robles outdraws the town's outlaw-turned-sheriff and is invited to fill the dead man's shoes. But a tin star doesn't bring automatic respectability and Robles is shunned by the town's leading citizens. His popularity with its less-savory element, particularly saloonkeeper Bannister, wanes dramatically, too, as he starts to take his job seriously. It is his love for a decent, caring woman that keeps Dave in town, but can she convince him to lay down his gun and start a new life?
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Rebels on a Rampage!
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Did You Know?
Although most people think he was Greek, Anthony Quinn was actually born in Chihuahua, Mexico, and had an opportunity to return to his ethnic heritage as the Mexican gunfighter. See more
In the beginning when Dave shoots Richey, Dave fires first and hits him . When Richey fires, he holds the gun high, and it can be clearly seen that the shot goes high and astray. Yet, Dave is wounded. The doctor says it's a "scratch." However, given where the wound is it couldn't be a scratch. Dave's body would have had to be turned from Richey, which it wasn't. The bullet would have penetrated the body. See more
Opening credits list Anthony Quinn as the "MAN FROM DEL RIO". See more