Barely historical presentation of the life of Jim Bowie. Here he goes to New Orleans to sell lumber but falls in love with Judalon. To match his rivals he must become sophisticated and does so. By the time he sells the mill, starts a plantation and tries to wed Jedualon the woman has wed playboy Phillipe. Along the way to true wisdom he designs a special knife made from part of a meteorite.
Ed Stephan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
JIM BOWIE...a man with his name on a knife - and a woman with a weapon all her own!
Did You Know?
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60-minute adaptation of the movie on December 28, 1954, with Virginia Mayo
reprising her film role. See more
When the girl is hitting the pinata she is blindfolded, but you can see clearly that she is following the pinata swing as she hits it. See more
I've doctored more horses than humans. I've just been waiting to try this stuff out on somebody.
Referenced in The Red Balloon