Cinema: Bull Session

The Rare Breed is all conventional outdoor fun, enlivened with fist fights, rugged scenery, and the green-eyed beauty of Maureen O'Hara, who makes Technicolor seem a necessity. But the 4-H sex appeal of this genial western centers principally upon a white-faced bull named Vindicator. A hornless Hereford, he arrives in America well before the turn of the century, chaperoned by Maureen and plucky Juliet Mills as a well-bred English mother and daughter with some eccentric ideas about animal husbandry. Their hefty British bull is just the thing, they swear, to beef up the herds of lean longhorn cattle then prevalent in...

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