Huston's follow-up to THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE and KEY LARGO doesn't rank with either of those classics but is certainly entertaining in its own right. It is 1933 and Garfield, an American citizen, is returning to his native Cuba to join his people's revolution. Knowing that some
government officials are about to attend a funeral, Garfield plans to assassinate them by detonating explosives hidden in an underground tunnel beneath a cemetery (an idea that was successfully used in real life to blow up the automobile carrying an heir to Generalissimo Franco in Spain). Garfield
and three comrades begin to build the tunnel, though one of the men, Roland, nearly r...