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The Killer That Stalked New York(1950)

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  • More stars than in the heavens

    • Norm
    • 9/21/18

    Before coming I went and did a sample of reviews and I didn't see the most glaring thing about this movie. Columbia, which made the thing must have used EVERY star in their stable. Yes indeed. And the leads, such as they were, were unknowns. Cameos galore. Everyone got 15 seconds. When you watch this flick...if you're a TCM filmophile you'll recognize dozens of extras. I thoroughly enjoyed The Killer That Stalked New York. It's one of those contemporary vignettes of gritty New York City..not that I'm a fan of New York City. I wouldn't recognize NYC today...but I know the dark dirty used up black and white streets of yesteryear intimately. You're in for a treat with this one. The only characters missing were The Three Stooges. Everyone else got to mug. Probably for lunch money.

  • Those brave men in the Public Health Service

    • KB
    • 9/24/07

    An ancient plague walks the streets of a modern city. This sounds familiar because this film is very similiar to Panic in the Streets, a better film that released a few months earlier. This time its smallpox and the bad guys are jewel thieves but time is still running out for the city. This film does a good job of showing the similiar legwork that Public Health Officers and the FBI use to track their respective cases. It is also interesting watching the disease carrier wander through the city, and the public health workers desperately following the trail. At times it feels more like a Public Service documentary than a thriller and the ending is ridiculous. A little too Dragnet and not enough film noire. This film is not a classic like Panic in the Streets, but an interesting comparison piece. But you won't ever let your lips touch a public drinking fountain after watching this.

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