We continue with locations for “A Taste for Killing”. After Fellows is confronted by banker Aarons and mine owner Collins about the movement of the gold from the bank the night before Mingo, Kennebeck’s right-hand man, is seen riding into town. He’s there with a message from Gus for his wife Isabel and his son to leave town, as the gang intends to rob the bank the following morning. Mingo’s been observed by Fellows and before he can leave town he’s confronted by Hank and taken to the sheriff’s office where he’s beaten to find out information. Mingo confesses and Fellows, the sheriff and his deputies take positions all night to defend the bank for the suspected attack at dawn. The sheriff is seen walking on the balcony of a building opposite the bank.
This building has a three rounded columns that face the street. This building is seen in many Euro-westerns that use Mini Hollywood for locations such as “For a Few Dollars More” and more prominently “Navajo Joe”.
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