Sheriff Jim Day
(played by Marco Mariani) was once the best gunman in Texas, until
the day he accidentally killed his father. He tossed his badge and
abandoned the Colt 45 forever. When he goes back to hometown Richmond
to marry childhood sweetheart Desireee (Aiche Nana), her father -
a bigshot banker - appoints him sheriff after a tragic stagecoach
robbery. Jim takes the job seriously and feels he can investigate
without relying on a firearm. Meanwhile, he reunites with his brother
Alan (Mickey Hargitay), secretly the leader of a five-man gang of
outlaws who robbed the coach and stole $100,000. Besides being a bandit,
Alan has another dark secret: In Jim's absence, brother Alan has been
playing intimate sex games with Desiree.
The credits for
this movie list two directors: Lionel A. Prestol and José Luis
Monter (a known alias attributed to Spanish filmmaker Roberto Montero).
But in a 1995 interview, Renato Polselli says
he "directed the entire picture and Montero was used only as
a financial advantage to attract producers who needed the film to
be a Spanish/Italian production." Frankly, such a statement is
unnecessary having seen the film. It clearly bears his unmistakable
trademarks [e.g., the closeups of panicked females wide-open
eyes, unique camera angles (especially those shot through the spread
legs of a gunman), the gaudy set designs with jarring clashes of color,
the interaction of screaming actors at more than an acceptable distance
from each other, bizarre characters with difficult-to-understand motivations,
usually made films under the pseudonym ‘Ralph Brown’
and is best known for DELIRIUM,
ACCORDING TO SATAN and BLACK
MAGIC RITES AND SECRET ORGIES OF 14th CENTURY. As his career
continued, Mr Polselli films became more excessive; some critics wrote
that he had gone insane. Two films, REVELATIONS
OF A PSYCHIATRIST ON THE PERVERSE WORLD OF SEX and OSCENITA
marked the start of his 'extravagant period,' both contained
hardcore (XXX) segments and cultural taboos. In the early '80s, after
a brief retirement, he returned with a series of highly unusual hardcore
movies (including WHITE
MOUTH BLACK MOUTH and THE
WOMAN AND HER HOT BEAST. Renato Polselli died of natural causes
at age 84 in October of 2006.
note: This movie was transferred from an old 3/4 inch tape.
Some slight gaussian pixilation occurs during fast movement and some
Spanish/Italian film; with English subtitles;
fully uncut (82 min)
fullscreen format, DVDs encoded for ALL REGION NTSC,
playable on any American DVD machine.
Extras include Spaghetti Western trailers.
Recommended for Mature Audiences