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The Bullfighter and the Lady

Robert Stack as a young American who goes to Mexico to learn the art of the matador, much as director Budd Boetticher himself did as a college kid in the early 40s. This 1951 film is generally cited as Boetticher's first personal project (it was also the first time Oscar Boetticher Jr. signed himself “Budd”), and no less an elder statesman than John Ford helped him out with the editing and release. With Joy Page, Gilbert Roland, and Virginia Grey. 124 min.


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