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|Directed by||Sergio Corbucci|
|Produced by||Luigi Carpentieri
|Written by||Fernando Di Leo
|Music by||Ennio Morricone credited as Leo Nichols|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
|Running time||93 min. (Italy/USA)
88 min. (Spain)
|Country||Italy / Spain|
The film's score was composed by Ennio Morricone (credited as Leo Nichols).
Having massacred an Indian village, outlaw Duncan finds his men falling victim to a solitary rider, Navajo Joe. Joe saves two prostitutes who have overheard Duncan plot with Lynne, the town doctor, to steal a train full of money belonging to the bank. Joe steals the train back from Duncan's gang. He asks the townspeople of Esperanza to pay him to protect them from Duncan, making an offer of "I want a dollar a head from every man in this town for every bandit I kill". The townspeople reject him, as they "don't make bargains with Indians." Lynne's wife Honor persuades them otherwise. Joe sets a trap for Duncan but is caught and tortured; Lynne and Honor are killed. Rescued by an old man from the saloon, Joe again steals the train and eradicates Duncan's gang. There is then a showdown in an Indian cemetery, where Joe reclaims the pendant which Duncan stole from his wife when he murdered her. As Joe turns, Duncan shoots Joe with a hidden gun. Injured, Joe grabs a tomahawk and throws it, hitting Duncan square in the forehead. With Duncan dead, Joe sends his horse back to town, carrying the Bank's money.
- Titoli Di Testa-Navajo Joe (Main Title)
- Pelli Conciate E Pelli Morte (Raw Hides and Dead Hides)
- Profilo del Destino (A Silhouette of Doom)
- Saloon Pyote (The Pyote Saloon)
- Storia Indiana (An Indian Story)
- Verso Esperanza (To Esperanza)
- Bandito Prende Il Treno (The Bandit Gets the Train)
- Ma Joe Dice No (But Joe Says No)
- Fine Di Barbara, E Il Ritornio Di Joe (The Demise of Barbara and the Return of Joe)
- Paura E Silenzio (Fear and Silence)
- Navajo E Prigioniero (The Navajo and the Prisoner)
- Guarendo le Ferite (Healing the Wound)
- Addio a Fratello Jeffrey (Goodbye to Brother Jeffrey)
- Navajo Joe
- Dopo la Fine (After the End)
- Titoli Di Coda-Navajo Joe (End Title)
- The lead female vocalist heard in the main title and in most of the tracks is Gianna Spagnulo, who also participated to the soundtrack Once Upon a Time in the West.
- The track "A Silhouette of Doom" has been used for The Bride's introductory speech and for her duel with Elle Driver in the second volume of the two-part Quentin Tarantino film, Kill Bill.
- The track "The Demise of Barbara and the Return of Joe" has been used for Bill's death in the second volume of the two-part Quentin Tarantino film, Kill Bill. This track has also been used when Tracy rips up the posters of Paul in the movie Election.
- Un Dollaro a Testa at allmovie
- Navajo Joe at the Internet Movie Database
- Navajo Joe at the Spaghetti Western Database
- Navajo Joe at Rotten Tomatoes
-  Short review by Bosley Crowther at nytimes.com, originally published on December 7, 1967
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