Hot Blood [DVD] [1956) 
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To support her family in their cross-country travels, Annie Caldash (Jane Russell) arranges to marry wealthy gypsies before absconding with their money and moving on to the next town. When the Caldash clan arrives in Los Angeles, the local gypsy king, Marco Torino (Luther Adler), introduces Annie to his handsome, younger brother, Stephano (Cornel Wilde). When Annie abandons her wedding scam to marry him for real, the freedom-loving Stephano skips town. Yet, upon his return, Stephano and Marco end up fighting over Annie. So, when he replaces his brother as king, Stephano grants Annie an annulment so he can formally ask her to be his bride.
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The story itself, of gypsy dynasty, passion, arranged marriage, jealousy, etc, etc is so much of another long-gone era (as is a lot of its over-ripe dialogue) that you tend to be rather taken aback when cars appear in it and you realise that it is supposed to be taking place in the contemporary 20th century. Neither of the stars are remotely believable in their roles, but, again, what possible harm could that do to a tale like this anyway?? Cornel Wilde is a bit on the wooden side and makes a very unlikely dancer, especially as the camera quickly switches to a long-shot (or shows just the legs) whenever he starts to dance, so they can put in a double. Jane Russell fares rather better, perhaps because she was more attuned to the absurdity of the thing, and gets to do at least some of her own dancing. Though, of course, when she is dancing with Wilde in the long shots it could well be anyone.Read more ›
The Sony DVD from England is a vivid Cinemascope (2.35) transfer.
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Except for the two stars not a great movie but light hearted and colorfulPublished 21 months ago by Brian Twigg