Forced to kill a young Abilene gunman in the line of duty, Sheriff Matthew Roberts, torn by anguish takes off his badge and leaves Kansas. Roberts becomes known as 'The Drifter', wandering restlessly through the west. In Arizona, he aids elderly rancher, Tom Duncan, Tom's granddaughter, Virginia and kid-brother Danny (Steven Tackett) in their fight to save their small ranch from a crooked banker and his gang of outlaws.
A couple of thugs rob gold from the peaceful miners, then they steal their women.
A woman hires four gunmen, Trinidad, Doc, Satan and The Renegade to rob a bank, but things don't work out as planned.
Mexico / West Germany, 1986
A father attempts to rescue his daughter from a brothel with the help of his two sons and their outlaw gang.
A psychopath named Jenkins is wanted by the law. There is a $5,000 reward for his capture but Jenkins has the supernatural help of a witch named Ramona, which gives it the power to see the future.
Ironbark Bill has to buck a broncho using his strong lasso.
In "Sabor a Sangre" (literally, "Flavor of Blood"), Antonio Aguilar plays Mauricio Rosales, whom along his good friend Chelelo (Eleazar García) are traveling towards another friend's ranch. During their trip, they find the dead bodies of a group of men, so they take them to the next town hoping to find some answers. At the town, they are informed that the dead men were a posse sent by police chief Rómulo (José Gálvez) to kill "El Tigre", a mysterious serial killer who has been hunting down the townspeople, viciously killing even women and children. (cont. http://w-cinema.blogspot.de/2008/03/sabor-sangre-1977.html)
Silent footage from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show: a stagecoach runs throughout the scene.
Silent footage from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show: Johnny Baker, aka 'Cowboy Kid', shows his sharpshooting skills.
A traditional silent western film.