The perfect answer to Bud Spencer and Terence Hill in the Old West
An obligatory bellyful of laughs for fans of the “bean western”
A predominantly Spanish production that skilfully throws itself onto the trail of the “bean western” genre launched by those loveable scoundrels Bud Spencer and Terence Hill. Amidst the ever-present robberies and settling of scores under the scorching sun of the Old West, the order of the day has changed: it is a duel between comedy and farce. Put simply, the aim is to make us laugh. For example: just how much confidence could anyone possibly have in a doctor named “Epidemic”?
A struck-off doctor and an Irishman rob a lot of gold from a bank. However, they too have the loot taken from them. As they chase after the treasure, they will encounter adventure and a variety of odd characters, and the doctor will get the chance to practise his profession again. The two partners get separated along the way and the Irishman is killed, however his son takes his place. In their attempts to recover the stolen loot, they will also come up against a skilled thief who has arrived on the scene.