A gunfighter contends with a pacifist sheriff, a seductive banker, a one-armed Mexican bandit, corrupt businessmen and hippies while trying to learn the secret of the money allegedly stolen by his lynched brother.
Paolo Villaggio takes his Fantozzi-based humour and creates a more mature version of him, simply called Robbie, also referred to as "Robin", "Robi", "Robbi", or "Rob". Robbie is a rich and ... See full summary »
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In the 19th century, when the Japanese Emperor sends a gift pony to the US President it gets stolen and ransomed by Indians but Sheriff Gideon aided by an inept Japanese servant offers to deliver the ransom.
Four episodes. A pilot is ready to change sex, but the doctor made an error. A woman is searching a partner for a dance contest. A worker seduce his boss wife. A guard is too much proactive and this will cause many troubles.
An Italian priest met an American priest and discover how are different their lives, a guy escaped from prison is seduced by a gorgeous woman but there is a trick, and a layer is engaged by a mad client.
What's the worst pairing possible? A judgemental and uber-holy, yet quite simpleminded priest and a actor with no character what so ever would at least be up there! And what would make it a whole lot crazier. Put them in the middle of the Mexican revolution. These two idiots creates quite a team and of course a whole lot of entertainment.
Non-sop action from beginning to end. Couldn't stop laughing. Almost closer to Corbucci's Spencer and Hill comedies than his gritty westerns. A very fun film indeed. Just as great as Companeros!
Most definitely a must see!
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