Jubal (1956) - (Movie Clip) You Might Get Burned
Glenn Ford (title character) is winning over folks at the Wyoming cattle ranch, where he was brought by the owner who found him wandering in the mountains, especially the ranchers young wife Mae (Valerie French), whose intentions are barely disguised, in director Delmer Daves Jubal, 1956.
Jubal (1956) -- (Movie Clip) We're Ending This Before It Starts
Joining dinner with big-hearted rancher Shep (Ernest Borgnine) whos taken a liking to his new hand (Glenn Ford, title character) and offers him a job, with no idea about the misdeeds of his youthful Canadian wife Mae (English ingenue Valerie French, in her first Hollywood role), in director Delmer Daves dark Western, Jubal, 1956.
Jubal (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Promised Land, I Guess
If you wondered whey they were called psychological Westerns, ranch foreman Glenn Ford (title character) surprises himself, opening up to Naomi (Felicia Farr), whose father leads a band of pilgrims passing through, in Jubal, 1956, Delmer Daves directing from the screenplay he co-wrote with Russell S. Hughes, from a novel by Paul I. Wellman.
Jubal (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Most Horses Is Better Than Humans
First scene after the opening, in which rancher Shep (Ernest Borgnine) found Glenn Ford (title character) staggering out of the Wyoming woods, introducing Pinky (Rod Steiger), Sam (Noah Beery Jr.) and Carson (John Dierkes), in Jubal, 1956, directed by Delmer Daves, often cited as a Western treatment of Shakespeares Othello.
Jubal (1956) -- (Movie Clip) They'll Steal You Blind
Director Delmer Daves introduces key characters, as new ranch foreman Glenn Ford (title character) has to intervene when Pinky (Rod Steiger) and friends tangle with a caravan of Christian pilgrims (Basil Ruysdael as Shem Hoktor, Felicia Farr his daughter, Charles Bronson riding shotgun), in Jubal, 1956.