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One of the all time great movies and certainly one of the all time great scenes from Bad Day At Black Rock. It's a scene you can watch again and again. Fact is, you can watch this film again and again - and still discover something fresh and interesting each time . The hero is very quiet; nobody underplayed a part better than Spencer Tracy did in this movie. Great script by Millard Kaufman, Don McGuire and Howard Breslin - and very sure-handed direction from John Sturges, who also did another 191 Movie - The Great Escape. Some directors simply know the best way to stage action. Simply.
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For educational purposes.
For educational purposes.
Ernest Borgnine talks with interviewer Alan K. Rode about Bad Day at Black Rock, Spencer Tracy, Marty, and Lee Marvin at the screening of Pay or Die in Palm Springs in May, 2010.
John Sturges' formalist masterpiece is also a progressive studio movie confronting post-WW2 racism. Andre Previn's possibly career-best music score turns up again in, of all places, the "Forbidden Planet" trailer! http://www.trailersfromhell.com
Bad Day at Black Rock. A one handed stranger comes to a tiny town possessing a terrible past they want to keep secret. by violent means if necessary.