Daniel Fuchs



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Panic In The Streets (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Just To Be Important Struggling to contain pneumonic plague in New Orleans, military public health official Reed (Richard Widmark) tries to find common cause with cop Warren (Paul Douglas) who’s not convinced of the emergency and wants to use conventional police tactics, in Panic In The Streets, 1950, directed by Elia Kazan.
Gangster, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) My Sister In Queens Portrayed thus far as a steely but philosophical racketeer and narrator, Barry Sullivan as “Shubunka” reveals his soft spot for performer Nancy (English-born Belita, first brought to Hollywood for ice skating pictures, by now only acting), in Allied Artists’ The Gangster, 1947.
Panic In The Streets (1950) -- (Movie Clip) You Can't Quit Now The title but not this opening scene would suggest the topic, of a contagious disease outbreak in a port city, as clearly ill and probably-immigrant Kochak (Lewis Charles) tries to leave a poker game run by Blackie (Jack Palance), Fitch and Poldi (Zero Mostel, Guy Thomajan) his henchmen, in Elia Kazan’s Panic In The Streets, 1950.
Panic In The Streets (1950) -- (Movie Clip) It's Practically Pure Culture Commanding work by Richard Widmark as New Orleans public health officer Reed, called in to inspect the body of a murder victim that suggests infectious disease, Elia Kazan directing, Paul Hostetler, Waldo Pitkin and George Ehmig his alert colleagues, early in Panic In The Streets, 1950.
Panic In The Streets (1950) -- (Movie Clip) You Can Take Me At My Word Joining a scene in which uniformed Public Health Service doctor Reed (Richard Widmark) is trying to tell the New Orleans mayor (H. Waller Fowler Jr.), police commissioner (Val Winter) and detective Warren (Paul Douglas) how to deal with a murder victim who had pneumonic plauge, early in Elia Kazan’s Panic In The Streets, 1950.
Panic In The Streets (1950) -- (Movie Clip) In Case It Is Something Remarkable intimate family scene though still expository, Elia Kazan directing from Daniel Fuchs’ screenplay, we’ve just met Richard Widmark who’s a dad and public health officer in probably-New Orleans, and Barbara Bel Geddes his wife, when he’s called in on a rare day off, after an unwell immigrant was shot and dumped in the opening scenes, early in Panic In The Streets, 1950.
Hard Way, The (1943) -- (Movie Clip) You'll Get Out Older sister Helen (Ida Lupino) catches Katherine (Joan Leslie) on the porch with vaudevillian Albert (Jack Carson), husband Sam (Roman Bohnen) getting steamed, then a scheme developing, in Vincent Sherman's melodrama The Hard Way, 1943.
Hard Way, The (1943) -- (Movie Clip) They Asked Me Why Director Vincent Sherman's opening, Ida Lupino eventually introduced as "Helen," Emory Parnell the cop, into a flashback featuring little sister Katherine (Joan Leslie), in The Hard Way, 1943.
Hard Way, The (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Last Night You Said Louisville Older sister Helen (Ida Lupino) laying a shrewd line on traveling vaudevillian Albert (Jack Carson), who then springs younger sister Katherine (Joan Leslie) on partner Paul (Dennis Morgan) as they leave town, in The Hard Way, 1943.
Hollow Triumph (1948) -- (Movie Ciip) My Lucky Night Producer and star Paul Henreid (as "Muller") with partner Marcy (Herbert Rudley) and gang, robbing an underground casino, almost getting away, in Hollow Triumph, 1948, directed by Steve Sekely.
Hollow Triumph (1948) -- (Movie Ciip) Dead Ringer, Huh? Having learned from a passerby that he looks like the psychiatrist upstairs, fugitive and amateur shrink Muller (Paul Henreid) decides to visit, met by Evelyn (Joan Bennett, her first scene), in Hollow Triumph, 1948.
Hollow Triumph (1948) -- (Movie Ciip) You Won't Take It Neat opening, producer and star Paul Henreid, being described as he's about to be paroled, picked up by pal Marcy (Herbert Rudley), with blonde (Ann Staunton), from Hollow Triumph, 1948, directed by Steve Sekely.