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Panic in the Streets


Richard Widmark, Paul Douglas, Barbara Bel Geddes, Jack Palance View All


Elia Kazan (Director), Edward Anhalt (Story), Richard Murphy (Screenplay), Edna Anhalt (Story) View All

Release: Jul. 27th, 1950
Runtime: 1 hour, 36 minutes
A medical examiner discovers that an innocent shooting victim in a robbery died of bubonic plague. With only 48 hours to find the killer, who is now a ticking time bomb threatening the entire city, a grisly manhunt through the seamy underworld of the New Orleans Waterfront is underway.
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But I do think essentially guileless characters like this can be tricky to make dramatically engaging, and I think the movie pulls it off.


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