Bhowani Junction - (Original Trailer)
An Anglo-Indian beauty (Ava Gardner) falls for a British officer (Stewart Granger) as her country fights for independence.
Bhowani Junction (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Too Hot In Calcutta
Ava Gardner (as Anglo-Indian Victoria) at fictional Bhowani, parts with her British officer lover Col. Savage (Stewart Granger) who's been summoned to Calcutta, as Indian independence approaches, the opening scene preceding the epic flashback, in George Cukor's Bhowani Junction, 1956.
Bhowani Junction (1956) -- (Movie Clip) They'll Say You Led The Englishman On
British officer McDaniel (Lionel Jeffries) insisted on escorting Anglo-Indian army employee Victoria (Ava Gardner) home during a night of rioting, his intentions becoming clear, witness Ranjit (Francis Matthews) leading her home to his mother (Freda Jackson) in George Cukors Bhowani Junction, 1956.
Bhowani Junction (1956) -- (Movie Clip) You Fell In The Black Sea!
Observing Col. Savage (Stewart Granger) at work, fiery Victoria (Ava Gardner), with her English father (Edward Chapman), Indian mother (Vida St. Romaine) and overwrought and also mixed-race fiancè Patrick (Bill Travers), debating partition, early in George Cukor's Bhowani Junction, 1956.