Elia Kazan – Panic in the Streets [+commentary] (1950)

Synopsis:
Filmed entirely on location in New Orleans, Panic in the Streets stars Richard Widmark as a city medical officer, racing against time to stop a plague epidemic. The carrier was an illegal alien, who has been murdered by criminals Jack Palance and Zero Mostel. At first facing opposition from rule-bound police captain Paul Douglas, Widmark is finally able to work hand-in-glove with Douglas in tracking down Palance and Mostel, who have themselves become plague carriers. Many of the actors in Panic in the Streets are local nonprofessionals, selected by director Elia Kazan because of their “rightness” within the framework of the story; the rest of the cast is peopled by such film veterans as Barbara Bel Geddes, Tommy Cook, Emile Meyer and H.T. Tsiang. Widmark’s son is played by an uncredited Tommy Rettig, four years before he starred on the Lassie TV series. Though Elia Kazan liked to claim that much of Panic in the Streets was improvised, there was a script, adapted by Richard Murphy and Daniel Fuchs from a story by Edward Anhalt and Edna Anhalt.
— Hal Erickson

2.02GB | 1 h 36 min | 806×576 | mkv

https://nitroflare.com/view/DF356250B013482/Panic.in.the.Streets.1950.576p.BluRay.AAC.x264-HANDJOB.part1.rar
https://nitroflare.com/view/C4AA04BD01A740A/Panic.in.the.Streets.1950.576p.BluRay.AAC.x264-HANDJOB.part2.rar
https://nitroflare.com/view/67AE06ECA95365B/Panic.in.the.Streets.1950.576p.BluRay.AAC.x264-HANDJOB.part3.rar

Language:English
Subtitles:English, Greek (muxed)

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