His sleep shattered by dreams of a gigantic albino buffalo, Bronson adopts the alias Wild Bill Hickock and returns to the West, where he falls in with a number of cute character cameos and with Sampson as Chief Crazy Horse. The latter's small daughter has been killed by the buffalo, and
Sampson seeks revenge. He and Bronson pursue the legendary white beast to the accompaniment of much specious philosophizing in this westernization of Herman Melville's novel Moby Dick
. Bronson appears to have the Queequeg role to Sampson's Captain Ahab; the latter actually kills the beast with his
knife when Bronson's rifle freezes during its terminal charge. Barring two made...