Cinema: The New Pictures, Sep. 16, 1957

3:10 to Yuma (Columbia). "Safe?" sneers the marshal. "Who knows what's safe? I know a man dropped dead from lookin' at his wife." By that standard, moviegoers will be safer at this picture than at home. The marshal is trying to "deppytize" a passel of Hollywood tender-seats to convey a captured dry-gulch artist (Glenn Ford) cross country to catch a train, but the bandit's gang is on the lurk, and the cowboys aren't having any. They leave the job to a drought-poor homesteader (Van Heflin) who needs the money ($200) to buy water for his cattle. From there on, it is...

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