Synopsis by Craig Butler
A satire of both American westerns and the "spaghetti westerns" they inspired, West and Soda focuses on Johnny, a typically brave and hand some (not to mention bow-legged) denizen of the wild west, with an atypical bent toward pacifism. Johnny ambles into a placid western town and finds himself attracted to the pure and lovely Clementina. Naturally, the course of true love can't run smooth, and their courtship is interrupted by the nefarious doings of bad guy Cattivissimo and his henchmen, Ursus and Smilzo. When the villains abscond with darling Clementina, Johnny drops his aversion to violence, picks up a gun and takes off after them.