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* [[LeaveHimToMe Leave Her To Me]]: Louise does this three times concerning Maria. Possessive rival, isn't she?

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* [[LeaveHimToMe Leave Her To Me]]: LeaveHimToMe: Louise does this three times concerning Maria. Possessive rival, isn't she?



* [[LetsFightLikeGentlemen Let's Fight Like Ladies]]: Louise and Maria tacitally agree to use GoodOldFisticuffs instead of weapons.

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* [[LetsFightLikeGentlemen Let's Fight Like Ladies]]: TheLegendOfX: The English title.
* LetsFightLikeGentlemen:
Louise and Maria tacitally agree to use GoodOldFisticuffs instead of weapons.

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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: Haha! It's a movie starring BB and CC!

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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: Haha! It's a movie starring BB and CC!AlliterativeName: Louise Leroi.

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* GamblingBrawl: The Sarrazin brothers realize that the Leroi sisters are cheating at poker and denounce them, which leads directly to a BarBrawl.


''The Legend of Frenchie King'' (French title: ''Les Petroleuses'') is a 1971 Euro-Western starring Creator/BrigitteBardot and Claudia Cardinale.

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''The Legend of Frenchie King'' (French title: ''Les Petroleuses'') is a 1971 Euro-Western starring Creator/BrigitteBardot and Claudia Cardinale.
Creator/ClaudiaCardinale.

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* AnImmigrantsTale: It's the story of two French women trying to strike it rich in the Old West.


* BettyAndVeronica: From the sheriff's perspective, Maria is the Betty and Louise is the Veronica.

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* BettyAndVeronica: From the sheriff's perspective, Maria is the Betty Betty, because she's more accessible and the one he has known for longer, and Louise is the Veronica.Veronica, because she's the mysterious and aloof newcomer.


* TheMenFirst: Notice that Louise is always the last one to jump off a train that her gang has just robbed. [[spoiler:And yes, in the last one [[ShipTease she even has Maria jump before herself]].]]

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* TheMenFirst: Notice that Louise is always the last one to jump off a train that her gang has just robbed. [[spoiler:And yes, in [[spoiler:In the last one [[ShipTease she even has Maria jump before herself]].herself.]]



** For those who subscribe to the FoeRomanceSubtext, it veers into type 6 or 13 territory.


* AllThereInTheScript: Maria's brothers' names are known, but the movie doesn't bother to associate faces with names, which is a bother because the actors who played them are obscure.



* BadassLongcoat: [[spoiler:Maria gets one with the white outfit that Louise gives her.]]



** From Maria's perspective [[FoeRomanceSubtext (which is entirely possible)]], the sheriff is the Betty and Louise is the Veronica.



* CallingCard: Louise likes to leave white flowers in the scenes of her crimes (preferably pinned on her wanted posters too).
* CassandraTruth: No one save for Maria, Louise, and Dr. Miller believe the ranch has anything of value. Aunt Amelie scoffs at Maria when she tells her she has the map to prove it.

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* CallingCard: Louise likes to leave white flowers in the scenes of her crimes (preferably pinned on her wanted posters too).
* CassandraTruth: No one one, save for Maria, Louise, and Dr. Miller believe Miller, believes the ranch has anything of value. Aunt Amelie scoffs at Maria when she tells her she has the map to prove it.



* CigaretteOfAnxiety: Louise seems to smoke a lot both after an adrenaline-charged event (smoking three cigarettes in a row after a train robbery) and before (smoking twice while waiting for Maria to come to her after kidnapping her brothers). Marquis remarks that she's smoking too much in the former case.



* ClothingDamage: During the cat fight.
* TheComicallySerious: Spitting Bull placing a bet during the cat fight.

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* ClothingDamage: During the The cat fight.
* TheComicallySerious: Spitting Bull placing
fight has a bet during the cat fight.lot of loud sounds of clothes ripping that aren't connected to any actual visible tearing, and after it's over Louise and Maria's clothes are in tatters, even though neither of them were aiming for each other's clothes in particular.



* DaddysLittleVillain: Louise.



* DoggedNiceGuy: The sheriff.



* EverybodyCallsHimBarkeep: The sheriff, taken UpToEleven by Maria with her habit of calling him by the name of [[NewJobAsThePlotDemands the profession she needs him to be]] at a particular moment.



* NoNameGiven: The sheriff is a subversion. His name is Morgan Jefford as stated in the movie, but in any credits listing he'll be referred to as just 'the sheriff'.


* WomenAreWiser: Women are consistently shown as more intelligent and generally more capable than men in this movie.

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* WomenAreWiser: Women are consistently shown as more intelligent and generally more capable than men in this movie.movie.
* WorldOfActionGirls: There are exactly zero male badasses in the movie. Louise, her sisters and Maria total six female ones.


* WomanInBlack / WomanInWhite: Louise and Maria respectively. Maria only at the end, though.


* InternalReveal: You know from the beginning who Frenchie King is. No one in the movie does until the last 10 minutes.

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* InternalReveal: You know Near the end, Louise reveals to Maria, offscreen, that she is Frenchie King, something the audience knows from the beginning who Frenchie King is. No one in start. Morgan also presumably connects the movie does until dots when Dr. Miller comes complaining to him about the last 10 minutes.ranch.


* FriendlyLocalChinatown: Bougival Junction is a French variant.


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* GossipEvolution: In a single conversation.
-->'''Gossipy Hen 1''': The ranch was sold to a doctor dressed as woman!
-->'''Gossipy Hen 2''': A woman dressed as a doctor!...

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* BestFriendsInLaw: [[spoiler:Louise and Maria at the end, since their siblings marry each other.]]


* RedOniBlueOni: Hot-blooded, abrasive Maria and cunning, laid-back Louise.

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* RedOniBlueOni: Hot-blooded, abrasive Maria and cunning, laid-back Louise. They even have a ''yin-yang'' motif going on since Louise is a blonde in black clothes and Maria is a brunette who gets a white outfit at the end just to contrast Louise.

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