Hannie enlists the aid of bounty hunter Tom Price to teach her how to be a gunfighter so she can hunt down the three men who killed her husband and raped her.Written by
Ray Hamel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The German import DVD has a Super 8mm version with English audio, as a special feature. See more »
In the opening few minutes, as the three bad guys are getting out of town after robbing the bank, they are riding across the desert and you can see a radio antenna atop one of the mountains. See more »
Okay, it's a black comedy. But it's a movie full of love because Burt Kennedy makes everyone look good. His camera treats nobody and nothing dismissively. Robert Culp, with a selflessness that we wish could be taken for granted in the real world, wants to teach Raquel Welch how to use a gun. But just a moment, we need a suitable gun for a woman, so let's go to the gunsmith and watch as the gun is manufactured. What other movie ever thought to tip its hat respectfully to the craft of gunsmithing? Kennedy seems, like Chaucer, capable of conveying enthusiasm about everything he sees.
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