Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Unusual to say the least, Guld til Præriens Skrappe Drenge is, of all things, a Danish Western with songs. Filmed in and around a rock quarry some 20 miles south of Copenhagen, the film had three of the country's most popular comedians (Dirch Passer, Preben Kaas, and Paul Hagen) go though a silly Western plot dating back to the days of The Three Mesquiteers. Like its predecessor, Præriens Skrappe Drenge, this misfire was derisively termed a "potato Western."
bad-guy, gold, good-guy, robbery, sex