Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx

Director: Waris Hussein
Year Released: 1970
Rating: 1.0

Shit-shoveling Quackser (a miscast, frankly awful Gene Wilder) travels around Dublin picking up and selling manure to the locals - he develops a highly unlikely relationship with an American studying at Trinity (Margot Kidder) who must have a farmer fetish. Local color is the picture's sole asset, as the story goes nowhere: the title dimwit is a rather unpleasant, rather curt fellow, and the script is a string of quirky contrivances.