The Legend of God's Gun

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The Legend of God's Gun
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Theatrical release poster
Directed byMike Bruce
Screenplay byMike Bruce
Story byKirpatrick Thomas
StarringKirpatrick Thomas
Bobby Bones
Dave Koenig
Mike Bruce
Julie Patterson
Narrated byJoseph Campanella
Music byKirpatrick Thomas
Distributed byIndican Pictures
Release date
  • August 25, 2007 (2007-08-25)
Running time
78 minutes
CountryUnited States

The Legend of God's Gun is a 2007 American independent Western film celebrating the tradition of Western films and the spirit of Rock and Roll. The film is actually based on the psychedelic Western album of the same name by the band Spindrift—the album having preceded the production of the film by a number of years.[1][2]


A gun-slinging preacher returns to the debaucherous town of Playa Diablo seeking revenge from the notorious scorpion-venom drinking bandito El Sobero, a descendant of a disciple of King Tavatta—the Scorpion King from the ancient world. El Sobero and his band of bad banditos are also returning to Playa Diablo seeking their own revenge against the town sheriff for putting a bounty on their heads and subsequently shooting all of their horses. With the Bounty Hunter dragging up slowly behind there is sure to be a confrontation of Biblical proportions as they all meet in the circle of death. This is The Legend Of God's Gun.

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