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" should have been Oscar nominated"
- Sterling Alexander
James McArthur that is ...you could actually watch him crack under the relentless pressure from Widmark. A super performance.
The end justified the mean
Americanski neo-conmen, must watch dis movski, you want Russka $$$$ so bad, watch you dont make, mistakska!
The Bedford incident story
- John Humphrey
I Love this movie, it shows what, s its like to have to much power in one man hand.
The Bedford Incident
- Dashiell Barnes
A thrilling Cold War picture. Widmark plays a maniacal commander who becomes obssesed with hunting a Russian sub, aboard his ship is Poitier's photojournalist. The film, in it's claustraphobic setting, is tense throughout most of the film. A amazingly-made reflection of events that played on the anxieties about nuclear war. I give it a 4/5.
Widmark at the top of his form in Cold war drama
- Jack Jacoby
Richard Widmark was at his very best in this taut cold war drama,also produced by Widmark. The early sixties was the pinnacleof Widmark's wonderful acting career, having lead roles inin important and popular films including The Alamo (1960),Judgment at Nuremburg (1961), How the West Was Won (1963)and two films for John Ford, Two Rode Together and Cheyenne Autumn. Bedford was one of Widmark's best acting efforts and it is a very entertaining suspenseful thriller. The cast is excellent and includes life long buddy, Sid Poitier and good friend Marty Balsam, in addition to James MacArthur, Eric Portman and Wally Cox. Watch for Donald Sutherland in a small but interestingearly appearance. A must see!!!
The Bedford Incident (1965)
- James Higgins
Very well acted, particularly by Richard Widmark, the story is tense and exciting, well paced. Very intense at times, well crafted by directed James B. Harris.