|Ursula Andress||Maxine Richter|
|Anita Ekberg||Elya Carlson|
|Dean Martin||Joe Jarrett|
|Frank Sinatra||Zack Thomas|
|Victor Buono||Harvey Burden (President, Galveston Savings & Trust)|
|Edric Connor||Prince George (carriage driver)|
|Richard Jaeckel||Pete Mancini|
|Mike Mazurki||Chad (Zack's bodyguard)|
|Wesley Addy||Winthrop Trowbridge|
|Marjorie Bennett||Miss Ermaline|
|Virginia Christine||Elya Carlson's maid|
They're bustin' up the West like it's never been busted up before!
Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin play wily business rivals in this Wild West lark of gambling and romance. It's ifor Texas as the two stars, joined by Anita Ekburg and Ursula Andress, vie for oneupmanship at the card tables of 1870s Galveston. The cards hold a lot more fun when the film's many talented co-stars join in. The Three Stooges turn up in a trademark slapstick sketch. Preening Victor Buono is the most devious, double-crossing villain this side of Snidely Whiplash. And Charles Bronson is a rattlesnake-mean gunslinger with a nasty habit of absorbing more lead than he dishes out. At center stage, from opening stagecoach shootout to final riverboat melee, pals Sinatra and Martin clearly have a blast. So will you.