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Terence Hill, who first connected with American audiences in the Italian Western comedy My Name Is Trinity, returns to familiar territory in this picture. Luke (Hill) is a drifting con artist wandering the Old West when he gets word that his buddy Moose (Norman Bowler) has been thrown in jail. Moose needs someone to look after his son Matt (Ross Hill), and he offers to let Luke stay on his ranch (and lay low from some bad guys who have been looking for him) in exchange for serving as Matt's guardian. Luke agrees to the deal, but he and Ross don't get on especially well at first, and things become more complicated when a team of unscrupulous businessmen try to take over Moose's ranch. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi