BRING ME THE HEAD OF ALFREDO GARCIA is a movie co-written and directed by Sam Peckinpah in 1974.
A wealthy Mexican rancher, played by Emilio Fernández, promises to pay an important bounty to whom would bring him the head of Alfredo Garcia, the man who dishonored his daughter. Warren Oates, a pianist playing in the bars, hears about it and tells the hitmen of Fernández that he will soon be back with Garcia's head.
Thanks to his girlfriend Isela Vega, Oates knows that Alfredo Garcia has died in a car accident a few days earlier. In the company of Isela, he drives to the small village where Alfredo is buried with the intention of taking hold of the dead man's head during the night. Unfortunately, the couple has been tailed by bounty hunters who manage to steal Garcia's head after having knocked out Oates and murdered Isela.
Half-crazy, Oates catches up with the robbers and kills them. But now, he has to cope with the armed family of Alfredo Garcia who wants to recover Garcia's head. The opportune arrival of two of Fernández's hitmen will save, for the moment, Oates's neck.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler