The Texican is a 1966 Western directed by Lesley Selander that was filmed in Spain. Though this film is often associated with the genre "Spaghetti Western," for its sound quality and style, it is considered a traditional Western that happened to be filmed in Europe. Jess Carlin (Audie Murphy) is a wanted man in America. In order to avoid law enforcement, he lives just over the border in Mexico. When he hears that his brother Roy (Victor Vilanova) has been killed, Jess crosses the border to avenge his brother's death. He lands in Rimrock, Arizona, a town controlled by corrupt kingpin Luke Starr (Broderick Crawford). By befriending Roy's girlfriend Sandy (Luz Marquez) and becoming romantically involved with Kit O'Neal (Diana Lorys), Jess finds the information he needs to confront his brother's murderer, who has also committed crimes against Jess. To avenge both his brother and himself, Jess challenges his foe to a good old-fashioned showdown.