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Face To Face / The Bride Comes To Yellow Sky / The Secret Sharer


     
  Face To Face / The Bride Comes To Yellow Sky / The Secret Sharer Review
Tookey's Rating
4 /10
 
Average Rating
8.25 /10
 
Starring
James Mason , Gene Lockhart, Michael Pate
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Directed by: John Brahm, Bretaigne Windust
Written by: Aeneas Mackenzie, James Age from Joseph Conrad's story The Secret Sharer and Stephen Crane's story The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky

 
 
 
Released: 1952
   
Genre: DRAMA
WESTERN
PORTMANTEAU
   
Origin: US
   
Length: 92
 
 


 
Double bill of two short stories by James Conrad and Stephen Crane.
Reviewed by Chris Tookey

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In The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky, Robert Preston plays a sheriff trying to keep the peace despite the efforts of gunfighter Minor Watson. In The Secret Sharer, James Mason plays a young sea captain taking command of his first ship.

The two halves of this double bill don't really have much connection with each other, or lay any great claim to cinematic immortality, but they're workmanlike adaptations co-written by the well-known film critic, James Agee, and James Mason turns in a performance which established him as a talent in Hollywood.


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