Paris in the 1920s. The American journalist Jake and his friends spend the time at cafés. He has a special interest in his ex-fiancée Lady Ashley. They take a vacation in Pamplona to watch the bull-fights. Written by
In the preparation for the running of the bulls, while the bulls are being driven down the chute to the holding pen, a handler behind the safety walls shirt changes color from blue to white, then back again during the same sequence. See more »
I should have thought you'd have loved being a steer, Robert.
What do you mean, Mike?
Well, they lead a sort of quiet life. They never say anything important, and they're always hanging around. I should have thought you'd have enjoyed that. Aren't you going to say anything?
Lady Brett Ashley:
Oh, shut up, Mike!
[She pulls his beret down on his head]
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It was great to see 2 of Hollywood's film idols on a film together. Tyrone did look tired in this movie. Errol and Eddie Albert as two drunks were very funny. Tyrone, as always, was great as a jaded WWI veteran. Ava Gardner was also very interesting to watch and I thought she played her character very well. The bullfighting was very graphic for its time, however, the actor who played the bullfighter couldn't act.
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