God's Gun is a spaghetti western, directed by Gianfranco Parolini, under the pseudonym Frank Cramer, and filmed in Israel. It was released in 1976 and distributed by Troma Entertainment. In the film, Sam Clayton (Jack Palance) is the leader of a gang of bandits. They arrive in Juno City and wreck havoc on the town killing a man in the bar. The local priest, known only as Father John (Lee van Cleef), vows to avenge the killed man, but when he catches the gang they kill the priest as well. His death leaves only a young boy, Little Johnny (Leif Garrett) to avenge the man of God. Little Johnny goes out to avenge the priest, and to find the priest's brother. He is unknowingly hunting down the man who is his real father. Sam Clayton and Little Johnny's fates are forever entwined, but they may not find out before it's too late to save their relationship.