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Appointment in Honduras (October 16, 1953)

Ann Sheridan, Glenn Ford
 

Released on October 16, 1953: (running time 1 hour and 16 minutes) A mysterious American man will let nothing stop him from an appointment in the jungles of Honduras

Produced by Benedict Bogeaus

Directed by Jacques Tourneur

The Actors: Glenn Ford (Jim Corbett), Ann Sheridan (Sylva Sheppard), Zachary Scott (Harry Sheppard), Rodolfo Acosta (Reyes), Jack Elam (Castro), Ric Roman (Jiminez), Stanley Andrews (Captain McTaggart), Paul Conrad (Luis), Robert Brown (helmsman), Steve Conte (stranger), Henry A. Escalante (soldier), Ron Gans (Mexican Lieutenant), Pepe Hern (stranger), John Mansfield (Lieutenant), Paul Marion (wounded soldier), Joey Ray (General), Julian Rivero (President Pietro), Charles Soldani (Indian), Michael Vallon (stranger), Mel Welles (Hidalgo), Stuart Whitman (telegrapher)

 

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Going Bananas For You

It was a cool December evening in 1910, and U.S. Secret Service agents were covertly following four well-dressed men in the Storyville neighborhood of New Orleans. The four men were about to begin a revolution to overthrow the President of Honduras, and the Secret Service wanted to make sure that the battle did not begin on U.S. soil. One man was the leader of the revolution, another was a New Orleans gangster called Machine Gun Molony, the third was the Honduran man that they wanted to replace the elected President with, and the fourth would be the new President’s chief aide.

After following the four men for hours as the men partied their way from bar to bordello, the lead Secret Service agent called off the mission to tail the men at 2am, telling his supervisor that the four men were merely on a drunken brawl. The four revolutionary men were informed that the Secret Service men following them had given up for the night, and they immediately jumped into a waiting car and sped to the Bayou Street dock, boarding a yacht headed for the open sea.

Waiting for them was the Banana King of America, “Sam the Banana Man” on a large military ship he had purchased and loaded with men, guns and ammunition. Samuel Zemurray was a Russian immigrant who sold bananas on the streets of Mobile, Alabama, and was soon wealthy enough to purchase most of the banana plantation land in several South American countries.

The current President of Honduras wanted to tax his banana plantations to help pay for the needs of the country, and Sam didn’t like that one little bit. He found a new man that promised to exempt all banana plantations from any taxation at all, and Sam the banana man financed the overthrow of the President of Honduras.

This movie loosely tells the story of revolution and counter-revolution in 1910 Honduras. Glenn Ford is a mysterious man promising to deliver ‘Lisa’ to the Honduras President, who is in hiding with a band of loyal soldiers because a revolutionary man has taken control of the country. ‘Lisa’ will be the thing that enables the deposed President to continue his fight to reclaim his country.

With that history as a backdrop, Glenn Ford, as stoic and determined Jim Corbett, employs the help of four killers on their way to prison. Unfortunately, a wealthy American couple, played by Zachary Scott and Ann Sheridan, are taken hostage and forced to accompany the men through the jungles of Honduras on a mysterious journey. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Ann Sheridan, Glenn Ford
Ann Sheridan, Glenn Ford
Ann Sheridan
Ann Sheridan
Ann Sheridan, Glenn Ford
Ann Sheridan, Glenn Ford
Ann Sheridan, Glenn Ford
Ann Sheridan, Glenn Ford
Ann Sheridan, Glenn Ford
Ann Sheridan, Glenn Ford
Ann Sheridan
Ann Sheridan
Ann Sheridan
Ann Sheridan
Ann Sheridan
Ann Sheridan
Glenn Ford
Glenn Ford
Glenn Ford, Robert Brown
Glenn Ford, Robert Brown
Glenn Ford
Glenn Ford
Jack Elam, Rico Alaniz, Rodolfo Acosta
Jack Elam, Rico Alaniz, Rodolfo Acosta
Ric Roman, Rodolfo Acosta
Ric Roman, Rodolfo Acosta
Rico Alaniz
Rico Alaniz
Rodolfo Acosta
Rodolfo Acosta
Rodolfo Acosta
Rodolfo Acosta
Stanley Andrews
Stanley Andrews
Stuart Whitman
Stuart Whitman
Zachary Scott
Zachary Scott
Zachary Scott, Ann Sheridan
Zachary Scott, Ann Sheridan
Zachary Scott
Zachary Scott
Zachary Scott
Zachary Scott