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Crisis(1950)

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  • One of CG's best

    • Jarrod McDonald
    • 8/12/09

    Cary Grant and Jose Ferrer have very different acting styles, but it works in the film's favor because the characters are supposed to be polar opposites. But what I really like is that we have a realistic storyline. I could see this happening today with all the uprisings that continue in third-world countries. The conflict that this doctor faces is interesting. He would not normally wish to perform the operation on such a terrible patient, but he is bound by the oath of his profession. Supposedly, the wife character was a daughter in the original screenplay, but the studio changed it to provide a bit of romance during the proceedings. I wonder how CG would've played it if it was his daughter who had been kidnapped during the operation.

  • a "new" cary grant movie!!!

    • perri
    • 8/11/09

    i had never gotten to see this cary grant movie, so i was very happy! cary grant is so good in this one and even though it is a serious movie, i enjoyed the light moments as well! thanks turner classics!

  • Strong Cary Grant Drama

    • Ollie
    • 12/1/07

    TCM has been good enough to show this every year or so, and each time, I'm surprised at the force and power that Cary Grant can deliver in this political drama. Top notch performances all around.

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