Cinema: The New Pictures, Nov. 30, 1953

Appointment in Honduras (RKO Radio) is a problem picture. The problem: if Ann Sheridan, with nothing on her back but some translucent yellow nightclothes, is abandoned in a Central American jungle with six hot-blooded men, can the material sustain the stress of the situation?

One of the six, it is true, is Ann's husband (Zachary Scott), but he is a weakling, and probably couldn't even uphold her shoulder strap in an argument. Four others, escaped convicts, are led by a hard-breathing type (Rodolfo Acosta) whose fondness for silk has nothing to do with its denier. Only the sixth man (Glenn Ford) can...

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