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Michael Sarrazin had such a promising career when he was young (They Shoot Horses, Don't They?, The Sweet Ride, The Film-Man Man). What happened? I guess losing the part (because of his agent) of Joe Buck in Midnight Cowboy did him in. Anyway, this piece of 18th Century JUNK is beyond description. The most horrifying musical score in memory.
A 2 out of 10. Best performance = Ursula Andress (the only saving grace in the film - beautiful & fiery). Ms. Andress is used to this style of goofiness. Most "comedies" portray Napoleon as an idiot or mentally unbalanced, but this one takes the cake (let them eat it). Unbelievable waste of money spent on this European turkey that makes you cringe with the bad gags, overabundance of stunt men, thousands of extras and just plain creepy. AACKK.
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