Little Europe, a town in the American West, is chosen as the site for a European Music Festival to be internationally broadcast via television . The peace of the village is put in jeopardy ...
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Little Europe, a town in the American West, is chosen as the site for a European Music Festival to be internationally broadcast via television . The peace of the village is put in jeopardy when it comes to electing judges because the dormant antagonisms of the descendants of Italian, Spanish, French and Germans will be awakened.
Dilletant actors try to do a modern Italowestern. In an American western-village called names "Europa" there is an European Song Contest about to take place. Reason enough to scrabble senselessly musical numbers in the action Slapstick montage (partly black and white). Not even bearable for Trash-lovers, just bitter. Interesting: Young Mary Roos singing while the opening-Credits take place. Better not say anything about Vivi Bach's acting. Well, she is dressed interesting and does look good. The mixture of western, mafia-play and song parade in Italo-humor style is close to weirdness and the colorful settings confuse even the more. The jokes are of bad taste and therefore shooting and fist fighting is more relevant to bring on the "story". A complete waste of energy, therefore no wonder that the film is completely unknown to the public. The participants will be glad to hear, that this oeuvre is just a dark spot in Movie history.
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