Neither the best of the West nor the lillies of the Fields. Teaming Mae and W.C. in a Wild West spoof seemed inspired, and the marquee values brought plenty of people to the box office, but the film plays like two middling star vehicles uneasily spliced together.
Flower Belle (West), a woman whose corsets are tighter than her morals, is thrown out of town by righteous townsfolk after she's romanced by a masked bandit. On board a train, she's courted by snake oil salesman Cuthbert J. Twillie (Fields) and marries him to gain respectability while she
continues searching for her lover's identity.
Mutual admirers Fields and West interact fairly well in their occa...