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Shock Corridor (1963) - Filmsite

Screenshots. Shock Corridor (1963) In writer/director Samuel Fuller's raw B-movie, a psycho-drama with shocking, exploitative subject matter (xenophobia, racism, hate and violence), and using the setting of a madhouse as a harsh commentary upon Cold War America: the pre-title credits quote from Euripides, 425 BC: "WHOM GOD WISHES TO DESTROY HE ...

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Shock Corridor (1963) - Rotten Tomatoes

Shock Corridor tells the story of a reporter trying to get the big scoop by going undercover as a patient at a mental hospital where the truth about a murder rests within the residents, all in an ...

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Shock Corridor - Full Movie | 1963 - YouTube

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Shock Corridor - Letterboxd

Determined to pull in the Pulitzer Prize, reporter Johnny Barrett will go to any length necessary to win the coveted award. When he learns of an unsolved murder committed at a mental institution, Barrett devises a scheme to solve it and earn himself recognition. With the assistance of a psychiatrist and his girlfriend, Barrett convinces the doctors at the institution to commit him. Once inside ...

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Shock Corridor (1963) - IMDb

Sep 25, 1963· Shock Corridor: Directed by Samuel Fuller. With Peter Breck, Constance Towers, Gene Evans, James Best. Bent on winning a Pulitzer Prize, a journalist commits himself to a mental institution to solve a strange and unclear murder.

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Shock Corridor (1963) | The Criterion Collection

Jan 18, 2011· In Shock Corridor, the great American writer-director-producer Samuel Fuller masterfully charts the uneasy terrain between sanity and madness. Seeking a Pulitzer Prize, reporter Johnny Barrett (Peter Breck) has himself committed to a mental hospital to investigate a murder. As he closes in on the killer, insanity closes in on him. Constance Towers costars as Johnny’s coolheaded stripper ...

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Shock Corridor - Wikipedia

Shock Corridor is a 1963 American psychological thriller film written and directed by Samuel Fuller, and starring Peter Breck, Constance Towers, and Gene Evans.The film tells the story of a journalist who gets himself intentionally committed to a mental hospital in order to solve a murder committed within the institution. Fuller originally wrote the film under the title Straitjacket for Fritz ...

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Shock Corridor | The Current | The Criterion Collection

May 27, 2020· H ere is an honest, visionary, pulp film, stripped of all romanticism, with characterizations and themes more real and relevant today than ever. To watch Shock Corridor now is to experience the complex, wacky, full-blown masterpiece of one of Hollywood’s great originals, Samuel Fuller. This one is a shoo-in for Best American Film of 1963. To catch a killer and win a Pulitzer Prize, reporter ...

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‎Shock Corridor (1963) directed by Samuel ... - Letterboxd

May 17, 2021· Determined to pull in the Pulitzer Prize, reporter Johnny Barrett will go to any length necessary to win the coveted award. When he learns of an unsolved murder committed at a mental institution, Barrett devises a scheme to solve it and earn himself recognition. With the assistance of a psychiatrist and his girlfriend, Barrett convinces the doctors at the institution to commit him. Once …

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