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Jubal (1956) Poster

(1956)

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Both Ernest Borgnine and Rod Steiger starred in the title role of "Marty". Steiger in the 1953 television version (The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse: Marty (1953)) and Borgnine in the Academy Award winning 1955 version, Marty (1955)/
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Film debut of Felicia Farr.
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Filmed along the Grand Teton Range in Jackson Hole, WY. The lake is Lake Jackson.
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About working with Rod Steiger, Glenn Ford said, "Rod . . . well, in kindness I think I should say he did a great job with his role. However, the 'Method' got a little too much for some of us, especially the wranglers . . . Look, Rod won an Academy Award, didn't he? And so did Ernie [Ernest Borgnine], so whatever Rod was doing in his role for 'Jubal' probably worked for him. He was intense, I'll tell you that."
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Very loosely inspired by William Shakespeare's "Othello"--Shep corresponds to Othello, Pinky to Iago and Jubal to Cassio. Naomi's gift of a handkerchief echoes a similar gift from Bianca, but is not used further as a plot device
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From Shakespeare's Othello, Shep corresponds to Othello, Pinky to Iago and Jubal to Cassio. Naomi's gift of a handkerchief echoes a similar gift from Bianca, but is not used further as a plot device.
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Eleven years later Charles Bronson and Ernest Borgnine would co-star in The Dirty Dozen (1967).
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