Jack Diamond and his sickly brother arrive in prohibition New York as jewellery thieves. After a spell in jail the coldly ambitious Diamond hits on the idea of stealing from thieves himself... See full summary »
Johnny Regan, a U.S. citizen, goes to Mexico and takes up bullfighting as a lark, hoping to impress a Mexican beauty, Anita de la Vega. His lighthearted studying, under the tutelage of ... See full summary »
Karen Harrison is a spoiled, rich, American predator who falls head-over-heels for the brooding, tormented, about-to-retire matador, Luis Santos who has inexplicably run away prior to a ... See full summary »
During the war for Texas independence, one man leaves the Alamo before the end (chosen by lot to help others' families) but is too late to accomplish his mission, and is branded a coward. ... See full summary »
When Robert and Rosemarie Stack (Robert starred in Boetticher's "The Bullfighter and the Lady") visit Mary and Budd Boetticher to attend the Boettichers' showing of their exquisite ... See full summary »
Carlos Arruza Jr.,
Director Budd Boetticher began shooting this film in 1959. Production delays, financial troubles and other problems resulted in the film not being released until 1972, six years after Carlos Arruza, the subject of the film, had died. See more »
1st watched 5/16/2002 - 3 out of 10(Dir-Budd Boelticher): Lifeless documentary on the great times of a bullfigher named Carlos Arruza(a legend in Mexico) who was killed in 1966 in a car wreck. I suppose if you like bullfighting you'll appreciate this, but there is very little dialogue and explanation as to why this man was so great at what he does and not even much about the real man Arruza or his family. I guess we're just supposed to accept it that he's one of the best and watch him work and watch his admirers and family enjoy his presence. I'm sorry but there is much missing here to make a good documentary in my opinion.
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