An Eye for an Eye (aka Talion) is a 1966 Western film directed by Michael D. Moore.
Robert Lansing plays Talion, an ex-bounty hunter turned homesteader who, after his ranch is burned to the ground and his wife and child are murdered, meets up with and hires bounty hunter Benny Wallace (Patrick Wayne, son of John Wayne) to track down the killer, Ike Slant (Slim Pickens). Along the way, they befriend single mother Bri Quince (Gloria Talbott) and her son "Jo-Hi" (Clint Howard). The two bounty hunters are later forced to rely upon each other when Talion's gun hand is shattered in a shootout and Wallace is blinded during a confrontation with Ike Slant's outlaws, leading them to resolutely combine into one single, unstoppable killing machine.
Wallace, it turns out, is the son of the famous Pat Garrett, who took down Billy the Kid. During the shootout, he is killed. Despite a developing romantic relationship with Bri, Talion rides off, leaving her behind so that she does not meet the same fate as his late wife.
The film was co-scripted by Bing Russell, father of actor Kurt Russell.