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A bunch of outlaws awaits the release from prison of an old goldminer, believed to have hidden 28 sacks of gold 20 years before... They all want the old man to speak, but only one of them will fulfill his dream.
Craig Hill plays Doctor Janus who performs the occasional operation on a victim of his favorite brand of whiskey. One of these days, he decides to try a little bank robbery. All the gold dollars fall quickly into the hands of Carrasco (Chris Huerta) and his bandits. Now Doctor Janus is a lazy, patient man - he doesn't immediately follow Carrasco, but waits until a chance for revenge comes along. It finally does in the shape of Deborah (Claudie Lange), and together with the son of a friend, an entertaining chase for the gold begins.
"Domani passo a salutare la tua vedova..." is a western comedy with a better story than most which were released in the last days of the Italian western 1972-74. It's not a collection of cheap jokes, instead it takes its time to develop the plot. That means, it moves rather slow for a comedy and is not as much over the top as, say: "Lo chiamavano Tresette... giocava sempre col morto", which also starred Chris Huerta, but it works better as a western. The title song is particularly memorable when it goes: "I guess I gotta shoot someone! Bang! Bang!" - happily sing along everyone, these are lines to die for!
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