Navajo Joe

Synopsis: A Native American warrior called Navajo Joe seeks revenge on a gang of sadistic outlaws who has massacred the people of his tribe.
Genre: Western
Director(s): Sergio Corbucci
Production: De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
 
IMDB:
6.4
NOT RATED
Year:
1966
93 min
88 Views


All right, get them!

Damned Indian.

He's still on ourt rail.

Stupid, you're simply

wasting your fire.

Go ahead, Jim.

You know what to do.

Go over that way.

Why didn't you let me handle it?

One shot and I'd have

finished him off.

By this time I'd already be bringing

you back his scalp.

Maybe he would've had yours.

You're just too stupid.

You're real smart, brother,

aren't you?

Just like a true half-breed.

Be careful, brother.

I won't ever let anyone call

me a bastard.

Hey, look over there!

Look at that, Duncan.

They got a price on your head,

your brother's too.

Dirty cowards.

We come to sell scalps and that's

the welcome we get.

Yeah, they're crazy.

The sheriff must have

made a mistake.

Yeah, well then, we'll just have

to set him straight.

Two hundred, Jeffrey, that's more...

than you're worth.

Hey, don't throw it away, Duncan.

We'll set fire to the whole town

with that piece of paper.

We're gonna have a little fun.

They're really gonna pay for this.

We'll show them all right,

won't we boys?

Come on.

Hey, one minute there.

No, no. You got to check

your guns first!

You must be joking, with all those

tough characters in there.

Hey, mister, don't get excited. You

can keep us as hostages.

- What good will that do?

- Plenty.

If you pull up a couple of

chairs for us...

then we can keep you company, huh?

You wouldn't want to keep us

standing here, would you?

All right. I'll get a few chairs.

Thank you.

No, afteryou.

What's going on?

Well, come on, boys.

This friendly little visit

isn't over yet.

I have an idea.

We'll have to give this town a reason

for collecting that reward.

We didn't do it. It was

the sheriff's idea.

The sheriff, huh? Where is he?

I'd like to speak to him.

I'm right over here, Duncan.

What do you think you're doing?

Just why have you come here?

You know damn well.

We've been bringing you Indian

scalps for years.

You paid us good then, Sheriff.

That ain't against the law.

What's happened?

Those days are through.

The scalps you brought then were

those of troublemakers.

Now you're attacking peaceful

tribes, killing...

even the women and the children.

This is murder, Duncan, and

I must forbid it.

All Indians are the same to me,

a bunch of red bastards.

Show him the scalps, Monkey.

Here.

And there's more where

these came from.

Now, listen to me, Duncan.

I've warned you.

No sale! Just come along with us.

Duncan, I'm arresting

you for murder.

Get up!

Go open up the jail, Sheriff.

Nice shot!

Your boys are in top

form, my friend.

Well, well. Look who's here.

You've changed since you were

in that rotten prison.

And you, you haven't

changed at all, Duncan.

You're still selling out cheap.

Still satisfied with a dollar a

scalp, like before.

It's a personal hobby.

And what about you?

You still make a living out of

saving helpless women?

No. I'm also a doctor, remember?

And now I've gotten started in...

banking.

Banking?

The name Blackwood mean

anything to you?

Sure.

They're rich. The ones that own

the bank in town.

But I don't think they mean

anything to you.

They mean a great deal.

Blackwood's a banker and I've

married his daughter.

You don't say?

I'm pretty influential now.

How about putting me on

the payroll, amigo?

Well, I just might have an

opening for a teller.

Look, I have a proposition that

might interest you.

There's a train due to arrive

in Esperanza...

with half a million dollars

on board.

All you have to do is

hold up the train.

When the job is done, both

of us will be rich.

Or I'd be rich alone.

No, don't count on it.

You can't do it without me,

my friend.

That money is locked up in

an armored safe.

If you're thinking of using

dynamite charges,...

you'd blow up the safe, all right,

and the money along with it.

But I know the combination

on the lock,...

so I could open it nice and easy.

Hold up that train and then meet

me at Hot Springs.

I'll be there tomorrow.

You won't have to run around chasing

these stinking Indians anymore,

just for a few lousy dollars.

And I'll be able to get the hell

out of this miserable town

and head back to Europe.

You must really be in love

with your wife.

Of course I am.

It's easy to love a woman who's

such a solid investment.

But as far as the pleasures of

matrimony are concerned,

well, that's another story.

- That's it.

- Come on!

Let them fight!

Come on!

Come on, girls. Hurry up!

Get up there!

Don't let those girls get away.

Larry, stop them!

- Right, Duncan.

- Make it fast.

You boys come with me.

Hey, boys, let's go! Get

on those horses.

We got to stop them.

Don't let those girls get away!

Duncan, wait. That Indian!

He got two more of our men.

Come on, we'll finish him

off this time.

Later. We've got something else

to take care of now.

Geraldine's been hit!

You saved our lives, mister.

We're very grateful.

Don't think that we'll forget what

you've done for us.

I didn't kill them for you.

Listen, mister, in Pyote, we overheard

Duncan and a man from Esperanza...

gabbing about some train robbery

they're setting up.

Geraldine could recognize

the other fellow,...

but they shot her.

It's the train that passes

through Esperanza.

They've about half a

million dollars...

onboard in one of the cars.

The bandits have arranged to meet

back in Hot Springs.

There's still time to stop

that train.

Here. There's a chance

you can help.

I don't know. Just why do I have

to take that chance?

It's a long ways to ride.

Maybe I'll go back.

Now, get to Esperanza.

Let's go!

We've got to get back to a doctor.

She's bleeding a lot.

Dear, dear. Hush.

I know I'm going to love

this country.

How beautiful the mountains are.

Do you think he'll like it,

too? I'll let...

the little fellow have a look.

I'm sure he'll love it here.

- King!

- Jack!

I'm through.

You've cleaned me out.

Never mind that.

You can help yourself from

that safe inside.

- It's your turn.

- That's yours, Bill.

Stop! Stop the train!

- What for?

- Logs! They're blocking the track!

Brake, damn it! Brake!

- Give me a hand.

- Hold on, I'm coming.

Look at that.

That was a close one.

Hey, give me a hand here.

- What happened?

- Can't you see for yourself?

- Watch out.

- What did we stop for?

There's some logs on the tracks.

We have to clear them off.

Oh, it's all right.

Robledo, halt!

Well, looks as though the

man wasn't lying.

You can smell those dollars.

Now all we gotta do is wait

for our friend.

Search all the carriages. Make

sure we got everybody.

Cover the other side.

Don't cry. Don't cry.

No!

We said no witnesses, remember?

You boys better decide what

to do with the kid.

- Everything's quiet so far.

- Good.

Change the guard every two hours.

- You understand?

- Right.

I'm gonna go

on a drunk for a month...

with my cut of the money.

I'm gonna buy me a ranch and breed

me some horses.

Well, there's no sense

speculating now.

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Piero Regnoli

Piero Regnoli (1921–2001) was an Italian screenwriter and film director. Born in 1921, Regnoli worked in the film industry between 1953 and 1991 where he wrote over 110 screenplays and directed 11 films. Regnoli's work ranged from sword-and-sandal films, westerns, horror and sexy comedies. His final film where he was officially credited as a director was La principessa sul pisello in 1976. Regnoli did uncredited direction on the 1986 melodrama Giuro che ti amo starring Nino D'Angelo.Regnoli was also employed as the film critic for the Vatican's daily newspaper L'Osservatore Romano. Regnoli died in 2001. more…

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