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No Way Out (1950)

No Way Out
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7.5 IMDB rating
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Richard Widmark Richard Widmark
Ray Biddle
Linda Darnell Linda Darnell
Edie Johnson
Stephen McNally Stephen McNally
Dr. Dan Wharton
Sidney Poitier Sidney Poitier
Dr. Luther Brooks
Mildred Joanne Smith Mildred Joanne Smith
Cora Brooks
Harry Bellaver Harry Bellaver
George Biddle
Stanley Ridges Stanley Ridges
Dr. Sam Moreland
Dots Johnson Dots Johnson
Lefty Jones


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Joseph L. Mankiewicz Joseph L. Mankiewicz
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Lesser Samuels Lesser Samuels
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A black doctor is assigned to treat two racist White, robbery suspects who are brothers, and when one dies, it causes tension that could start a race riot.
Release date: 1 September 1950
Tags: Film Noir (2), 1950 (2), 50's (1), Drama (1), Racism (1), HQ (1)
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Mustanaamio7's Movie Diary 2019 (181 movies items)

"5.4. 2019 The most interesting aspect of this film is that it treats racism as an illness like it should be. Movies about racism were still relatively rare in the 1950s. Some of the other and more memorable older films about the subject are "The Intruder" by Roger Corman, and "Gentleman's Agreement" by Elia Kazan. Also Joseph L. Mankiewicz made several fascinating and progressive films, and although "No Way Out" can be considered to be a brave film in many ways, it still isn't brave enough to b"


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