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An old geezer recalls some of the antics of the men and women of his western town, more wild and woolly than Tombstone or Dodge City. In this town no one is a good shot, the women are hungry for new meat, and practical jokers abound. A stranger strolls into town, proving resistant to the mayhem, and after donning some cowboy duds begins cleaning up that town. Written by
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Russ Meyer directed spoof of Westerns has an 80-year-old man (played by a guy in his 20's) telling how the West really was. You can tell a lot of thought went into trying to make this film funny because the jokes are flying left and right throughout the running time but most of them fall flat on their breasts. The film plays mostly like a silent film with sound effects and visuals getting the laughs and some of them are funny. The best moments deal with the stereotyped Indians as well as a guy in a gorilla suit. However, even at 65-minutes this thing starts to get dragged down by repeat gags.
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