Lust for Gold (Columbia, 1949)

. . Superb, gripping Western . . Lust for Gold, Glenn Ford’s fifth oater, is a Western sandwich. It starts and ends with modern times, for nearly half the film’s length, as fortune-hunter Barry Storm (William Prince, energetic, naïf) searches the Superstition Mountains in Arizona, looking for the Lost Dutchman Mine, named after his grandfather, […]