Friday, April 21 - Saturday, April 22, 2017

35mm print! 

“A thriller which begins, as it means to go on, with a bang. Only minutes after the preliminaries are over, a door bursts open, a shotgun is fired, and the victim is blasted clean off the bed into the wall behind him. The plot, concerning the battle of wits between an honest cop and an ambitious politician for possession of the key witness in a Mafia exposé, is serviceable but nothing special. But the action sequences are brilliant, done without trickery in real locations (including a great car chase which spawned a thousand imitations) to lend an extraordinary sense of immediacy to the shenanigans and gunfights.” – Time Out (London)

Screening as part of Waverly Midnights: Road Rage

  • Country USA
  • Rating PG
  • Year 1968
  • Running Time 114 minutes
  • Director Peter Yates

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