Jubilee Trail (1954)

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A wild west trader and his New York City wife head out for California by wagon train. The trader is killed enroute, and his wife finds herself pregnant. She continues on hoping to find a man and a home.


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  • Buddy Baer, Vera Ralston, and Forrest Tucker in Jubilee Trail (1954)
  • Jim Davis, Joan Leslie, and Vera Ralston in Jubilee Trail (1954)
  • Vera Ralston in Jubilee Trail (1954)
  • Vera Ralston in Jubilee Trail (1954)

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6 August 2016 | susanctoo
5
| Unusual and Charming Colorful Western Romance
Unusual and charming western, though it is really more of a romantic costume film. The sets and costumes are glorious, as others have noted. Very unusual color combinations for the ladies. Great authenticity to the sets. Lots of Spanish being spoken, without translation. The acting is good and the story is not at all the usual wagon train picture. I did not care so much for all of the singing. It was a little distracting. Filler if you will. But the romance was good. It was kind of an old fashioned melodrama actually. Well just watch it, but do not have expectations ahead of time because it is not at all what you would expect.

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