Cinema: The New Pictures, Aug. 4, 1952

Affair in Trinidad (Columbia) brings ambrosial Rita Hayworth back to the screen as a Trinidad nightclub entertainer who is described as "a woman with a capital W." This sentiment is roundly endorsed by Glenn Ford, who plays the older brother of Rita's husband, an artist found dead under mysterious circumstances. Another admirer of Rita's is suave Alexander Scourby, a tycoon who keeps mad dogs on his estate and is given to poring over super-rocket plans in the company of various gentlemen with Iron Curtain accents.

Before Affair in Trinidad has run its course, a...

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