It's the Wild West. One never knows when the work of the Good Guy, always clad in white and usually singing and playing his guitar, is needed or done. This time, the Bad Guy, always clad in black, and his two honchos, hold up a rotund, white bearded man clad in red in a sleigh pulled by a reindeer. What the Bad Guy steals is the man's bag full of toys, he needing to make his deliveries of said toys at midnight. While the Bad Guy and his honchos head to the saloon to play with their haul, the Good Guy may have other things on his mind rather than capturing some thieves as he himself stumbles into the saloon, he nonetheless achieving his desired end goal.
Did You Know?
Mention of the film is made in Frédéric Gaussen's article," Tours 1963", published in Téléciné N°113-114, FLECC, Paris, December 1963-January 1964, ISSN: 0049-3287. See more