1960s teen idol Edd "Kookie" Byrnes never made it big as a movie star, but he did manage to make three spaghetti westerns in 1967, and the two I've seen are pretty good. Any Gun Can Play is the better of the two, but this one, also known by the title of Red Blood, Yellow Gold, is a good watch too. Byrnes, George Hilton, and George Martin play three Confederate soldiers who are more interested in their own profit than in fighting for the Southern cause. When another criminal soldier steals a shipment of gold, however, the three are tasked with recovering the stolen booty. Though primarily a comedy, there are no good guys here, and the body count is high. The plot is rather slow at times, but it has its fair share of laughs and thrills. Director Nando Cicero adds some clever comic touches, and the rapport between the three leads is fun to watch.