Taste Of Killing
In Taste Of Killing, Fellow returns a government gold shipment heisted by a gang of Mexican bandits from a cavalry escort on its way to a bank Omaha. The town's crafty bank president suspects that such a large sum will be hijacked again and convinces Fellow to invest his $10,000 reward in an insurance policy, guard the gold himself and double his money if he can successfully keep it from being stolen. Fellow winds up squaring off with a second gang led by outlaw Gus Kennebeck who had killed his brother years earlier. After a prolonged battle between the gang and the citizens of Omaha, Fellow faces Kennebeck in a shootout with a spectacularly brutal conclusion.