"100 Rifles" is a 1969 Western film directed by Tom Gries and starring Jim Brown, Raquel Welch, and Burt Reynolds. The film is set in Mexico in the early 1900s and follows the story of an American lawman (Reynolds) and a revolutionary leader (Brown) who team up to help a woman (Welch) reclaim land that was taken from her family. The film is known for its diverse cast, its themes of racial and social justice, and its action-packed storyline. "100 Rifles" was a commercial success and received mixed reviews from audiences and critics. Despite this, the film has since become a cult classic and is regarded as one of the more unique and socially conscious Westerns of its era.