Your disbelief needs to be suspended just as firmly if you are to get anything out of this 1956 comedy which stars stand up comic Fernand Raynaud in his adventures in Wild West, obviously filmed in French country .
It features :
A hotel complete with saloon, Fernand's Inheritance ;a saloon where you do not drink orange-flower water but whiskey,where you do not play "Belote" but poker.
-Annie Du Far West (Annie get your gun) in the flesh.Here cast as the damsel in distress.
-An Indian "Careful Beaver " who helps the outlaws with their dirty deeds provided he gets 10% from the loot and whose way of torturing palefaces recall those in "lives of a Bengal Lancer" .
-A sheriff who stammers ,played by Noel Roquevert, who almost steals the show from the star.
-A horse "as gentle as a sheep ".A nice cowboy outfit for Fernand.
Who could ask for more?
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