1967 - 90 minutes - Western
Corbett traces Cuchillo to a Mormon camp, to a ranch belonging to a sadistic widow, to a jail where he is; in custody of an uncomprehending sheriff, and to a brothel -- but the wiley Mexican escapes each time. When Corbett eventually captures Cuchillo, he is tricked into believing that he has been bitten by a snake and that he must untie Cuchillo so that Cuchillo can draw out the poison. Although Cuchillo now has the opportunity to kill Corbett, he leaves him unharmed, choosing only to make his escape.
As Corbett begins to doubt Cuchillo's guilt, he is joined in his search by Brokston's son-in-law. When the two men trap Cuchillo in the desert1 it becomes apparent to Corbett that the son-in-law is the rapist-murderer and that Cuchillo was merely a witness to the crime. Forgetting his animosity toward the fugitive, Corbett allows the two men to attack each other. Cuchillo stabs his adversary in the forehead, and Corbett kills Brokston. Cuchillio and Corbett are now friends, but each decides to go his own way and they ride off separately.
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