"4 for Texas" is a 1963 comedy-western film directed by Robert Aldrich. The film stars Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Anita Ekberg, and Ursula Andress, and is set in post-Civil War Texas. The film follows four friends, two of whom are played by Sinatra and Martin, who team up to take on a corrupt businessman who is trying to monopolize the local gambling trade. The film features a number of comedic moments, as well as a number of action sequences and musical numbers, and is considered to be one of the quintessential examples of the "Rat Pack" film genre. Despite mixed reviews from critics, "4 for Texas" was a commercial success, grossing over $9 million against a budget of $2.5 million, and has since become a cult classic. The film is notable for its all-star cast, its eclectic mix of genres, and its irreverent and often campy sense of humor, and continues to be regarded as a classic of 1960s Hollywood cinema.