Prolific filmmaker Luigi Batzella used several different pseudonyms while handling many chores on this entertaining spaghetti western. Batzella wrote the film as "Arpad De Riso," directed as "Dean Jones,"and edited under his usual alias, "Paolo Solvay." Cult favorite Donald O'Brien stars as Collins, the head of a gang of evil cattle-rustlers who takes over Langford City with his mistress (Krista Nell). The Sheriff (Mark Davis) is outwitted, a government agent (John Turner) vanishes, and only army-captain Mike Jackson (Gioffredo Scarciofolo as "Jeff Cameron") can save the town from Collins' ruthless plans. Most of the cast had also starred in Batzella's similar Quelle Sporche Anime Dannate (1971).