Yes, I know that they used an existing western town movie set. Riding on the stage is Preston's niece, Nancy. Samuels and Charles Newman  This section needs additional citations for verification. Plot summary[ edit ] The film begins with a man on a stage who is the only cast member in the entire film who is of average height. The rustling is being committed by Bat Haines and his gang. Another amusing point is that tough cowboys entering the saloon are forced to reach up and swing the doors open. Nancy and Buck are discovered by Pop Larson and are forced to stay away from each other.
Then, without explanation, he mounts his horse and rides out of town, pausing to replace "Lago" on the town sign with "Hell". As the last scumbag dies, he yells at Clint, "Who are you? Near the dead cow was a calf with a Lawson brand on it. Instead, he incites the saloon regulars into storming the Sheriff's office. Clint, the ultimate mysterious stranger who will not tell anyone his name, has a dream about a man being whipped in a dusty street. Buck convinces Tex that someone else has stolen their property. The Sheriff then takes Buck into custody.
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Meanwhile, Bridges and his gang are on their way to Lago. Sheriff Sam Shaw approaches the Stranger and offers him the job previously held by the men he killed: The choice was probably functional as well as "artistic," because I doubt that Buck could vault atop a normal-sized horse without a trampoline trampolines were not common in the Old West. The two ranchers blame each other for the cattle rustling and trouble is a-brewin'. Blasts three assholes from a barber chair John Wayne was so disturbed by "High Plains Drifter" he sent a letter to Clint Eastwood complaining that the real west was nothing like the eerie and cruel place depicted in this movie.
Description: For unclear reasons, the sequels were never produced. To which we say: Unfortunately, Bat Haines watches the parley and shoots Tex Preston in the back. He develops a serious case of moral conscience, which is fatal for men in his position.