This film merits deep study: the maybe partially re-edited 90-minute "italianized" version is renamed Adios Cjamango, the opening credits are reinvented in SW-style and in the course of the movie Ana Satrova score is replaced with typical SW themes (among them Alessandroni's music from El Puro).
William Berger had nothing to do with Zabalza film, but is incomprehensibly - and incredibly - credited in the Italian version (in which practically all the actors are under a pseudonym): his name appears in plain view on the original posters too!
In addition, a mysterious co-production is declared...
The question is: was this operation originally conducted without the director's knowledge or he was partecipating in the whole thing?
It must be said that despite these alterations the film, which anyway inspires a certain sympathy, remains substantially far from authentic SW atmosphere and merely tells - in a rather light tone and without a real theme - the adventures of a couple of newlyweds.
Scenes such as the animated arrival of the friends for the wedding party or the continuation of the ball with the burning ranch in the background are totally crazy!
My rating: 1,5 out of 5