This film begins with five female marauders led by a mysterious bandit known as "Frenchie King" (Brigitte Bardot) robbing a train and then riding off with the loot. The scene then shifts to a family of five ranchers led by a woman named "Miss Maria Sarrazin" (Claudia Cardinale) riding into town to acquire some Christmas packages which were due to arrive on that same train. However, when the train doesn't stop at the town like it's supposed to Maria and her four brothers ride out to catch it. Although they recover their packages from the train they also accidentally acquire a secret map detailing where a large deposit of oil is located. As it so happens, however, Frenchie King and her four sisters get the title for that very same land and so the destinies of both Frenchie King and her gang along with Maria and her brothers are strangely intertwined. To further add to the confusion the "town marshal" (played by Michael J. Pollard) is not only deeply in love with Maria but also becomes highly suspicious of "Mademoiselle Louisa" (as one of the many names Frenchie King uses) and sets out to investigate all of the strange things going on in his jurisdiction. Now rather than reveal any more I will say that the main attribute of this film is the casting of Brigitte Bardot and Claudia Cardinale who were both international sex symbols during this time. There were also a few other beautiful women in supporting roles as well. On the flip side, however, as a Western this film didn't quite have the same quality as many others in the genre and a major reason could be the fact that it was intended more for European audiences. In any case, while it wasn't a bad movie for the most part, I thought it should have been much better and for that reason I have rated it accordingly. Slightly below average.