Original film poster
|Directed by||José Briz Méndez
|Produced by||Sam White
Philip N. Krasne
|Written by||Frank Gruber
José Briz Méndez
Manuel Gomez Rivera
Robert I. Holt
|Music by||Jean Ledrut|
Drifter Johnny Moon (William Shatner) is frequently attacked as he is mistaken for his twin brother Notah who leads Comanche war parties in attacks on the white population whilst he is having visions on peyote. Johnny travels to a Comanche encampment where he challenges his brother to a fight to the death in the town of Rio Honcho.
When Johnny rides into Rio Honcho he finds the town is at boiling point between two warring factions with only Sheriff Lomax (Joseph Cotten) keeping the peace. One of the factions discovers Johnny’s prowess with his six gun and tries to hire him. Johnny says he will give his answer in four days, after the climax with his brother.
- William Shatner as Johnny Moon / Notah
- Joseph Cotten as Sheriff Logan
- Rosanna Yanni as Kelly
- Perla Cristal as White Fawn
- Mariano Vidal Molina as General Garcia
- Luis Prendes as Grimes
- Barta Barri as Mayor Bolker
- Vicente Roca as Ellis
- Luis Rivera as Kah To
- Victor Israel as Carter
William Shatner travelled to Spain In March 1967 during a break from shooting his Star Trek television show. Producer Sam White recalled that Shatner tried to get the NBC network to buy the film to show on television.
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