We continue our search for locations for “A Few Dollars for Django”. Deputy Smitty explains the situation facing Miles City with farmer Trevor Norton on one side trying to keep the peace with all the ranchers and rancher Amos Bransbury trying to stir up trouble saying the farmers and ranchers can’t live side by side in peace. After meeting the judge and then mayor Regan goes to the saloon where he meets Norton and Bransbury and hears their side of the predicament. Suddenly the judge barges in and tells Regan a crowd has formed in front of the sheriff’s office attempting to break in. Regan leaves to attend to the situation.
Little remains of the film set used for “A Few Dollars for Django” today. Many other Euro-westerns were filmed at this site but what does remain in the way of foundations and crumbling walls are covered with briars and berry bushes now used for cattle grazing. Since most of the Euro-western sets were full sets the interior scenes were filmed within the designated buildings.