|Directed by||Burt Kennedy|
|Produced by||Patrick Curtis|
|Written by||Peter Cooper
Tigon British Film Productions
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Running time||85 minutes|
Hannie Caulder (Welch) is a frontier wife whose husband is murdered by the Clemens brothers, a trio of rather inept outlaw brothers (played by Borgnine, Strother Martin, and Jack Elam).
After a disastrous bank raid, the Clemens men gang-rape Caulder, murder her husband, burn down her house, and leave her for dead. They go on a crime spree, while Caulder recruits professional bounty hunter Thomas Price (Culp) to help her seek revenge by training her to use a gun.
- Raquel Welch as Hannie Caulder
- Robert Culp as Thomas Luther Price
- Ernest Borgnine as Emmett Clemens
- Jack Elam as Frank Clemens
- Strother Martin as Rufus Clemens
- Christopher Lee as Bailey
- Diana Dors as the Madam
Christopher Lee portrays the gunsmith who builds Welch a specialized revolver for her journey ahead. Diana Dors takes on the role of a prostitute in this feature, while Stephen Boyd has a brief appearance (in an uncredited role) as a gunfighter known simply as "The Preacher". Aldo Sambrell, a Spanish actor, has a cameo as a Mexican soldier.
Flamenco guitar virtuoso Paco de Lucía makes a cameo appearance as a Mexican musician.
Roderic "Rodd" Redwing, a fast draw artist, was technical adviser and worked with Robert Culp in this film. Rodd Redwing suffered a heart attack on the plane returning from the filming in Spain and died shortly after landing in Los Angeles.
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