An offbeat western that wanders about as aimlessly as its script, this Sophia Loren vehicle costars her with Quinn, the latter playing the sleazy manager of a seedy vaudeville troupe, circa 1880, who must constantly fend off creditors while trying to keep his threadbare show going. When he
and his actors hit Cheyenne to play in Mathews' theater, Quinn quickly learns that the wild town demands something other than sophisticated comedy; it's raw and raucous entertainment that the cowboys and drunks want. Accordingly, Quinn quickly adapts a version of "Mazeppa," casting Loren in the
role of the boy strapped to the galloping horse and letting the steed loose in the the...