The Legend Of Frenchie King

  • 1971
  • Movie
  • R
  • Comedy, Western

Set in New Mexico in 1880, this bad western exploits the sex-kitten attributes of Bardot and her four eye-appealing sisters. They keep their father's legend alive by robbing trains while disguised as men. After stealing the deed to the Little P Ranch, the five gals move in and discover they are sitting on a fortune in oil. BB's rival, Cardinale, also learns...read more

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Set in New Mexico in 1880, this bad western exploits the sex-kitten attributes of Bardot and her four eye-appealing sisters. They keep their father's legend alive by robbing trains while disguised as men. After stealing the deed to the Little P Ranch, the five gals move in and discover they

are sitting on a fortune in oil. BB's rival, Cardinale, also learns the property's worth and tries to buy the land. After a fair amount of feuding, with marshal/dogcatcher Pollard in the middle, BB and CC become the best of friends. Shot in Spain, this film, which combines the worst parts of

SHALAKO and VIVA MARIA, was begun by Guy Casaril. After disagreements with the producer, he left and was replaced by Christian-Jaque. This caused a great deal of confusion among the industry insiders, who believed that two BB/CC pictures were being filmed--FRENCHIE KING by Christian-Jaque and LES

PETROLEUSES by Casaril. Christian-Jaque simply didn't know what to do with Pollard, allowing him far too much freedom in a role which should have been handled by someone twice his age. Even for devotees of the luscious BB and CC, this one is nonlegendary.

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  • Released: 1971
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Set in New Mexico in 1880, this bad western exploits the sex-kitten attributes of Bardot and her four eye-appealing sisters. They keep their father's legend alive by robbing trains while disguised as men. After stealing the deed to the Little P Ranch, the… (more)

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