|Storyline Summary:||A man known as the Oil Price decides that he wants to lay claim to an area of land, but a group of settlers is about to stop there first, so he tries to turn a local Native American tribe against them. Winnetou and Old Surehand arrive and save the settlers from the Prince's men, but when the Prince frames the settlers for the murder of the Indian Chief's son, only Winnetou and Surehand can save them from the angry natives...|
|Anyone famous in it?||Stewart Granger - a former Hollywood star including co-lead in John Wayne Western North to Alaska (1960)
Elke Sommer - a German actress, best known to cult fans for her roles in two of Mario Bava's horrors.
Terence Hill - one of the big stars of the Spaghetti Western boom, including My Name is Nobody (1973)
|Directed by anyone interesting?||Alfred Vohrer - a lesser known German director who shot three of the Karl May Westerns.|
|Visuals||Original Aspect Ratio - 2.35:1 anamorphic wide-screen. Colour.
The image is very good - with some noticable grain, but great colours and detail.
|Audio||German 5.1 and mono. Strong audio. The remix is quite good with use made of the surround channels.
|Extras||The disc includes:
|Packing||Only available in the Karl May Collection 2 boxset.|
|Region||Region 0 (worldwide) - PAL
|Other regions?||Other German releases from Kinowelt - no English options.|
film is believed to be fully uncut. Titles and credits are in German.