Cinema: The New Pictures, may 7, 1956

Jubol (Columbia). "I like my coffee strong enough to float a pistol," somebody says to this movie's hero (Glenn Ford). The hero nods. It just can't be too strong for him, because he has the worst kind of trouble a hombre west of the Pecos can have—short of having his horse eat locoweed. He has woman trouble (Valerie French). It's bad enough that she is the boss's wife. What's worse, the boss (Ernest Borgnine) is Glenn's best friend.

Glenn wouldn't touch the girl, of course, no matter how much she wants him to. But...

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