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Dancehall "girl" Rosie Velez, lost in the desert, is helped to safety by gunman Abel Wood. In the town of Chili Verde, at the saloon of Marguerita Ventura, a word of a treasure in gold brings Abel into conflict with outlaw Hard Case Williams and his gang. Written by
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The movie's three stanza tagline was particularly memorable for its first two lines which said: "He rode the west. The Girls Rode The Rest!", and similarly, a version of it which specifically referenced the Tab Hunter-Divine star-teaming, said: "He rode the west. She rode the rest." See more »
Hard Case Williams:
Being a leader of men is a very solitary business, miss. So I've been very concerned about my men's libidos until you so conveniently came on the scene.
I'm afraid I don't understand, sir. Are you speaking English? Eso es ingles?
Hard Case Williams:
Poon tang! Poon tang! Is that any clearer little lady? My curse is that I've received the education befitting the son of a Boston preacher, may he rot in hellfire. But I do believe that you get the thrust of my meaning. My men are as horny as jackrabbits.
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Paul Bartel's western-musical-sex farce may not be quite on par with his earlier black comedies, but it still has the good taste not to have any good taste. Plus, it's one of the few places where you can see a Divine performance outside of John Waters' oeuvre -- and boy, does he give a performance.
If you get the DVD, be sure to check out the bombastic trailer. It is quite a hoot.
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