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Panic In The Streets

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Format: DVD (PG)
Release Date: 16 May 2005
From Academy Award winning director Elia Kazan ("On The Waterfront") comes this tough, suspenseful film noir classic. Laying dead in a gutter on the New Orleans waterfront is an illegal alien carrying bubonic plague contracted from a rat-infested ship. Spreading the deadly disease is a band of rodent-like, two-bit hoodlums led by psychopath JACK PALANCE ("City Slickers"). RICHARD WIDMARK ("Pickup On South Street") stars as a medical officer forced to descend into the dockside underworld with only 48 hours to track down the plague-exposed thug before the disease grows into a full-blown deadly epidemic! Combining documentary realism (the entire film was shot on location in New Orleans), a bravura style and a classic race against time scenario, PANIC IN THE STREETS delivers white hot, two fisted, hard boiled thrills!
Run Time: 96 minutes
FullScreen: None
Format: PAL
Region: Region free
Director: Elia Kazan
Cast: Jack Palance, Richard Widmark, Zero Mostel, Paul Douglas, Barbara Bel Geddes
Writer: Richard Murphy
Producer: Sol C. Siegel
Composer: Alfred Newman
Audio: English Dolby Digital 2.0
Extra Features: * Photo Gallery *Theatrical Trailer *Umbrella Trailers
Publisher: AV Channel
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Panic in the streets is one of the great forgotten film noirs of the film noir era. The dialogue is sharper than a razor, the lighting moody, the characters menacing and the line between good guys and bad guys becomes blurred. A fairly silly plot makes this movie a little odd but the overall shape and performances from Jack Palance and others make this well worth a look.

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