Reynolds stars as Indian Yaqui Joe, a man who robs a bank to buy guns for his oppressed people. Lawman Jim Brown follows him to Mexico where they are both held prisoner by a corrupt official. They become allies and after their escape, work for the Indians' fight for freedom and dignity.
Fernando Lamas - Film and Televison Actor
Raquel Welch - American actress
Raquel Tejada - American actress
Carl Anderson - Art Director, Production Designer, mid '40s-early '80s
Tom Gries - Director/"Rat Patrol"
Burt Reynolds - American actor, director
Jim Brown - Football star turned film star
James Nathaniel Brown - Football star turned film star
Mexico, 1912. An Arizona lawman named Lyedecker travels to a remote village looking for Yaqui Joe, a half-Indian, half-white bank robber who's stolen $6,000 to buy rifles for his besieged brethren. His people are fighting the Mexican government, which has set out to annihilate them. But Lyedecker could care less. He wants the money returned to its rightful place -- a Phoenix bank within his jurisdiction -- and he'll stop at nothing to make sure that happens.