The Iron Mistress In Hindi Free Download

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The life of nineteenth-century pioneer Jim Bowie is portrayed.
In 1825, Jim Bowie travels to New Orleans to sell the output from the sawmill he runs with his brothers. He soon meets the beautiful Judalon de Bornay who seems to have most men wrapped around her little finger. She clearly likes him but when he tells her he's leaving, she manipulates one of her beaus into challenging him for a duel. Bowie survives the confrontation but devises a plan to sell the not only his lumber but also the family mill and invest it in land. Within a couple of years, the Bowie brothers are quite rich and Jim meets Judalon again - only this time she is married. It doesn't stop her from manipulating those around her. Jim's business interests lead to a bloody duel where several people are killed and a confrontation with local saloon owner and crook Black Jack Sturdevant. After Sturdevant tries to kill him on the trail, Bowie is rescued by a beautiful Mexican woman and decides to make his home in Texas.
Great Movie.. with the legendary Character Jim Bowie, and the legendary Knive, and how it came to be.<br/><br/>Tales of how Jim Bowie came to become the legend; and how not to fall for the wrong women.<br/><br/>If only he had listen to his brother/s and family about his love. Alan Ladd was excellent in this, as was Virgina Mayo....and he rest of the cast.Great movie. It really is.<br/><br/>Is this released as a DVD yet? Please can someone tell me...???? I would love to get this film on DVD<br/><br/>Maybe even this film could be remade for a new generation with even more detail given to how the knife was made etc, etc<br/><br/>But who would star????
After more than ten years with Paramount Pictures one of their biggest stars Alan Ladd signed a new seven year contract with Warner Brothers. His first movie for that studio was the colourful biopic THE IRON MISTRESS.The star had just completed his masterpiece &quot;Shane&quot; for Paramount which was about to be released but THE IRON MISTRESS reached theatre screens first.<br/><br/>Of all the pictures Ladd would make for Warners over the next seven years THE IRON MISTRESS is about the best of them! Beautifully photographed in Technicolor by John Seitz (Ladd&#39;s favourite cinematographer) it tells the story of impoverished lumber merchant Jim Bowie (Ladd) who came from the backwoods of 1820&#39;s Louisiana and rose to become a property tycoon through land speculation, gambling and - some say - by other unorthodox methods. Along the way he would make some bitter enemies in the resentful New Orleans business world and for his protection he designed the famous knife that bears his name and which gives the film its title. Bowie acquired something of a bad reputation because of some dubious business dealings and also his knife-wielding dispatch of many of his adversaries. Nevertheless, his reputation not withstanding, Jim Bowie&#39;s name has gone down in American folklore as one of the heroes who died in the famous Battle of The Alamo in San Antonio Texas in 1836. THE IRON MISTRESS is based on a book by Paul Wellmann and was fashioned into a fairly good screenplay by James R.Webb. Henry Blanke&#39;s colourful production was ably directed by Gordan Douglas.<br/><br/>However, although John Beckman&#39;s Art Direction and George James Hopkins&#39; set designs are spot on for the lavish gambling halls and bars of New Orleans, the picture is marred by too many indoor studio exteriors. A main street scene of the city near the beginning looks like a stage play and Bowie&#39;s family home in the Bayou marshland is so unreal it cheapens the movie. Unconvincing also is the scene where Bowie goes to have his famous knife forged! Firstly the blacksmith&#39;s name simply couldn&#39;t be Mr. Black, could it? And why on earth would the blacksmith (David Wolfe) fuse part of his treasured meteor fragment (which he has under lock and key) into the making of a knife for a complete stranger? (&quot;your knife has a bit of heaven in it sir - or a bit of hell&quot;). Nonetheless there are reasonably good performances throughout! Virginia Mayo steals the acting honours as the scheming, spoilt socialite who sneers at Bowie&#39;s marriage proposal (&quot;What do you want me to do - live in a cabin in the wilderness?&quot;). Ladd is his usual laconic self and watch out for the pint-sized actor being surrounded by smaller players particularly the actors Richard Carlyle and Dick Paxton playing his two brothers who are actually smaller than Ladd. And also in the well staged Ballroom sequence Mayo&#39;s flat shoes can clearly be seen under her gown in a low angle shot as she dances the aptly titled the Virginia Reel with our star. A plus for the movie is a marvellous climactic set piece of a sword and knife fight in a dark room where only intermittent flashes of lightning make it possible to see the two antagonists in mortal combat.<br/><br/>Another plus for the movie is the terrific score by Max Steiner. His main theme is an anthem-like piece which points up, not only Bowie&#39;s backwoods antecedents, but his tenacious determination to make something of himself. Then there is the gorgeous theme for Judalon (Mayo) which the composer fashions into a ravishing love theme and we are treated to some wonderful strident action cues in the unmistakable Steiner manner for the various knife fight sequences. THE IRON MISTRESS is not a great movie by any stretch of the imagination but it has good atmosphere and enough flair and colour to hold the interest!

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