- Original title
Navajo Joe (Navajo's Land)
- Running time
- 93 min.
Fernando Di Leo, Ugo Pirro, Piero Regnoli
Western | Spaghetti Western. Heist Film. Revenge
- Synopsis / Plot
- Marvin "Vee" Duncan and his band of outlaws destroy an entire Indian village; the sole survivor is Navajo Joe, who swears revenge. He slits the throats of two of Duncan's men sent to capture him, shoots two more, and knifes a third as the outlaws are about to capture three saloon hostesses. Finally, he thwarts a railroad holdup. The townspeople quickly forget their gratitude to Navajo Joe, however, in their fear of an assault from Duncan and his gang. Joe demands a dollar from every family for each bandit he kills, and after some argument, the obligation is met. While saving an Indian girl, Estella, from the outlaws, Joe is captured and hanged from the ankles. With the help of the saloon pianist, he cuts himself loose, knifes his guard, and stampedes the gang's horses. When he learns of Joe's escape, Duncan fills the church with hostages, and his men take over the town. The outlaws then rush off to rob the train, but they are again foiled by Joe, who dynamites the train. Duncan and his surviving followers pursue Joe as he rides back to the Indian village. In a final confrontation, Joe chokes his enemy to death, returns the bank money to the townspeople, hands over his bounty to Estella, and rides away.
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