The first two installments of the Sabata trilogy were simply all right. Lots of actions, nice plots, likeable characters. However it looked like the writers and performers were running out of ideas and enthusiasm by the third installment, "Return of Sabata." It started out with a Fellini-esque sequence ending with clowns. I hate clowns and clowns did not belong in the Sabata series. With that beginning, the film took on a surreal quality, and with that, all believeability went out the window.