The most amazing sequence, to me, is when a raider, who has been shot, returns to the waterhole where the boy has been abandoned and left for dead. We see the raider on a black camel way off in the distance. The boy starts walking warily towards the camel, which has stopped to eat a dead bush. The camera, follows along behind the boy and we gradually see what the boy sees. The raider has lost blood, is passed out and falls off the camel to the ground. We think he's dead but he comes to the next day, asking for water. I don't recall ever seeing this in a Western, where a bad guy is shot, rides away, his mount wanders back towards water, carrying the wounded outlaw. I won't give away what happens, but if you like quirky Westerns give it a look. And, to the makers of the film, consider this title for a re-release party:
"The novel of a thousand pages begins with a single scene."
—James Scott Bell (no relation)