We continue our search for locations for “A Few Dollars for Django”. Regan rides ahead of Sally Norton and finds her uncle Trevor in a fight with Graham, who has come to him along with a group of farmers to ask him to join them in a fight against the ranchers. When Norton starts to get the best of Graham one of the farmers decides to shoot him bur Regan fires his pistol at the feet of the horses hitched to the wagon holding the farmers and the farmer falls backward into the back of the wagon. When the farmers leave Norton thanks Regan and Sally tells him how he also saved her in town from the rowdy cowboys. Regan tells Norton his hands don’t look like a farmer’s hands but ones that would hold a pistol. Sally asks Regan to stay for dinner but he declines and rides off promising to return again sometime.
The scene was shot at what’s called Rancho Cubero y Galicia. The set was seen in “Seven Guns for the MacGregors”, “The Hills Run Red”, “The Legend of Frenchie King” and several others. Today it is an open prairie with only the remains of the chimney to the ranch house left to show where the once splendid house sat.