Overview

In this biopic, Jim Bowie goes to New Orleans, where he falls for Judalon and befriends her brother, Narcisse. Soon, Jim is forced to avenge Narcisse's murder, but Judalon takes up with another man. Jim eventually has another romantic interlude with Judalon and is forced to kill one of her suitors in self-defense. Jim leaves town, and falls for the daughter of a Texas politician, but his entanglement with Judalon continues to bedevil him.

  1. Gordon Douglas

    Director

  2. Paul Wellman

    Novel

  3. James R. Webb

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Alan Ladd

    Alan Ladd

    Jim Bowie

  2. Virginia Mayo

    Virginia Mayo

    Judalon de Bornay

  3. Joseph Calleia

    Joseph Calleia

    Juan Moreno

  4. Phyllis Kirk

    Phyllis Kirk

    Ursula de Varamendi

  5. Alf Kjellin

    Alf Kjellin

    Phillipe de Cabanal

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Status Released

Release Information

  • November 19, 1952
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 50m

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