1954. USA. Dir: Nicholas Ray. With Joan Crawford, Sterling Hayden. 110 min.
Crawford commands the screen as a strong-willed saloon owner whose clash with locals over the construction of a railroad is complicated by the return of her guitar-slinging former lover. Shot in vivid Tru-Color, this unique blend of western and woman’s picture is a film only Ray (Rebel Without a Cause) could make.
Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / Free