Panic in the Streets DVD
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Directed by Elia Kazan
Produced in 1950
Main Language - English
Countries & Regions - American film
Cited by Kazan as a personal favourite, Panic in the Streets is a deliciously dark film and influential film noir classic shot entirely on location and with conventions of documentary filmmaking to lend the film a gritty realism. When the victim of a gangland killing is found to have a pneumonic plague, a medical officer (Richard Widmark) forms an alliance with a by-the-book police chief to hunt down and exterminate the infected murderers before the epidemic spreads through the city.
Publisher: Optimum Releasing
Length: 93 mins
Format: DVD B&W
Released: 31st January 2011
Cat No: OPTD2053
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