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A grotesque, pretension-ridden Western which falls flat on its face with a ponderous yarn about a white boy, raised by Mexican bandits, who returns to civilisation with a war-whoop and a chip on his shoulder the size of Brooklyn Bridge about which side he belongs to. Terence Stamp struggles unavailingly against the ludicrous dialogue, and some fine landscape photography by Stanley Cortez is wrecked by a penchant for gaudy filters and even gaudier sunsets.
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UK release:

1968

Duration:

113 mins

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