Sparse, British-made Western starring Raquel Welch. As Hannie Caulder, she swears revenge on the three not-too-bright brothers (Ernest Borgnine, Jack Elam, and Srother Martin) who killed her husband then raped her. Robert Culp, a fast-drawing bounty hunter, teaches her how to shoot. Despite being billed as "the first lady gunfighter," Welch never comes off as tough, driven, or angry enough to carry the film, which leaves it in the hands of the bumbling brothers, who are played more for comedy than anything else. Robert Culp does what he can to save the picture, but he's only a second banana. With hippie-colored credits, Christopher Lee as a gunsmith, Diana Dors as a madam, and the pointless addition of a mysterious man in black.
How the man (it must have been a man) responsible for this poster wasn't hooted and howled out of the boardroom is a mystery.
Surrounding a woman, dressed and posed in a sexually suggestive manner, with the three men who murdered her husband and serially raped her as if they were all part of the same happy gang must rank as one the top five most insensitive and offensive advertising blunders in all of cinema.
That said, I think the movie would have been improved if, instead of being in tight pants and a poncho for most of the film, this is how Ms. Welch had been featured.