While vacationing in Mexico, model Bette Ford---yes, that one---and her girl friends attend a bull fight. They also visit a matador's ranch, where Ford braves the charges of a week-old bull...uh...calf. That convinces her she should become a bull fighter, and she travels throughout Mexico, taking formal training and fighting bulls on ranches and at small fairs. Basically, a travelogue with a story featuring a pretty model.
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Did You Know?
The aircraft the three women are shown disembarking from is a Douglas DC-6B, registration XA-JOT, built in 1950. It was still flying for the airline in 1969 when, on July 26 while on a domestic flight from Mexico City to Merida, it was successfully hijacked and flown to Havana, Cuba. It was subsequently sold to Avianca and then scrapped in 1972. See more