We continue with locations for “A Taste for Killing”. Hank Fellows arrives in Omaha City ahead of the outlaws now in the disguise as soldiers who have orders to extract a large sum of money from the bank. Fellows makes a deal with the banker and Mr. Collins, a large depositor, to protect the bank’s deposits from the outlaws.
The bank used in the film, you will quickly identify as the Bank of El Paso from “For a Few Dollars More”. It is located in Oasys (aka Mini Hollywood) which today is a tourist attraction and the bank building holds a large display of Spaghetti western posters.