First, a gunman (Anthony Steffen) separated from his young son after the massacre of his family goes on a quest to find him years later. To his horror, he discovers the boy has grown up to be an outlaw after being raised by his loved ones' killer. The Euro-western "Seven Dollars on the Red" (1966) co-stars Elisa Montés, Fernando Sancho. Next, "10,000 Dollars for a Massacre" (1967) is the going rate for bloodshed, as a gunhawk named Django (Gianni Garko) decides to change horses mid-stream after meeting up with the outlaw he's after for the considerable bounty. Inspired by (but an unofficial part of) the popular "Django" series, the energetic Italo-oater co-stars Fidel Gonzáles, Adriana Ambesi. AKA: "10,000 Dollars for Django." Also includes "Blood for a Silver Dollar" and "A Bullet for a Stranger." 6 hrs. total. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.