In this violent spaghetti western a murderous robber hijacks a payroll train, murders everyone aboard and then stashes his loot. A gunslinger learns about it and decides he wants the money for himself and so hatches an elaborate plot to get at it. He lures the crook into a rigged poker game, and afterward a gunfight ensues. The quick-drawing gunman makes short work of the robber, then teams up with an insurance agent to look for the hidden fortune. Unbeknownst to them, the robber had an ace up his sleeve...
The nine lives and eight deaths of a man called... "Cat"! -- who wrote his credo in blood
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This film was released in three different versions in Germany. First in 1968 the original theatrical release which had a "Not under 18" rating and ran 95 minutes (ca. 12 minutes were cut). This version was released in 2001 on home video by Screenpower (re-rated "Not under 16"). In the 80s, due to the popularity of the Spencer/Hill comedies, the film was re-released by Tobis in a spaghetti-western-like "comedy version" (this version was re-dubbed and missed about an additional 14 minutes) with a "Not under 12" rating. It was often shown on TV and released on home video by various companies. In 2003 the original uncut version of the film was released, again by Screenpower (also with a "Not under 16" rating). See more