In this Robert Aldrich comedy, Gene Wilder is a Polish Rabbi who is sent to the Wild West to lead a synagogue in San Francisco. Along the way, he is robbed and he needs the help of a cowboy (Harrison Ford) to reach his destination. This was a hilarous film and the music was composed by, you guess it, Frank DeVol. DeVol constructs a fine score for the two unlikely friends and he also appears as the piano player. If you haven’t seen it, then don’t waste time and go and look for it.