Film Listings – Bognor Regis Observer – Friday, 20 April 1956

PAVILION. SELSEY SET in the Boston of the depression years, up to the present day, "SIX BRIDGES TO CROSS" is the story of a juvenile delinquen, Jerry Flores, and a policeman, Ed. Gallagher. One is doomed to a life that knows only crime, prison walls, and a flight from justice. The other is dedicated to a life of clean living, law and order. Tony Curtis as Jerry Flores, the young Boston boy of the back streets, reaches great heights as a star with his acutely sensitive portrayal of a young delinquent who is determined to get ahead the easy way. "THE LONG GRAY LINE," is a Cinema-Scope production starring Tyrone Power, Maureen O'Hara, Robert Francis, Donald Crisp, Ward Bond, Betsy Palmer and Phil Carey. An indication of the importance of the production is that the director was John Ford, winner of four Academy Awards. The film is based on Sergeant Marty Maher's book, " Bringing up the Brass," in which he describes his experiences as athletic trainer, friend and second father to 10.000 cadets of West Point, America's military academy. Tyrone Power portrays the sergeant who is at first bewildered and then befriended by the academy. Miss O'Hara stars with Power as his bride, the girl who shares with him the affections of the boys he teaches to be men. John Wayne stars in the Western " HONDO." The film is set In New Mexico in 1874. While carrying dispatches for the U.S. Cavalry, Hondo Lane (John Wayne) and his dog, Sam, come across a lonely ranch tended by Angie Lowe (Geraldine Page) and her small son, Jimmy. Hondo learns that Angie's husband has deserted her and in view of the impending Apache uprising, he urges her to accompany him away from the area. She refuses; Hondo rides away alone, and later returns after capture by the Indians.

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