One of the few SW you can easily watch with the whole family. A Comedy Western in which Terence Hill is an English Gentleman (Joseph Moore in the German Version and Sir Thomas Moore in the English Version) in the West. His father was an outlaw who died lucky in arms of an Irish whore. In his last will he orders his three companions to teach Joseph to become a real Man of the West. Their mission isn’t quite easy cause Joseph isn’t amused about the last will of his father. Joseph falls in love with the pretty daughter of a rancher but the badass Clayton also wants to marry her. So funny conflicts getting started.
A Comedy Western without blood but some decent fist fights. The role of Terence is different to the role he had in the Nobody or Trinity Films. He isn’t the dirty chap who shoots and fights like a Superhero. There are also some melancholic scenes and lines about the end of the west. Most of the scenes where photographed in the former Yugoslavia. It’s one of my favourite comedies of Terence Hill without Bud Spencer.