Suddenly Movie Review 1954

Information and Film Reviews for Suddenly the Movie

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Crazed gunman John Baron (Sinatra) holds a family hostage in the hick town of Suddenly, California, as part of a plot to kill the president, who's stopping at the local train station. As things begin to go wrong, Baron begins to unravel. Tense thriller is a good display for Sinatra's acting talent. Unfortunately hard to find because Sinatra forced United Artists to take it out of distribution after hearing that Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald had watched "Suddenly" only days before November 22, 1963. Really, Ol' Blue Eyes should have stuck with making top-notch thrillers like this one, instead of degenerating into the world's greatest lounge singer.

Distribution

Congress Entertainment, Inc., PO Box 845, Tannersville, PA 18372-0845, Phone: (717)620-2333, Toll-free: 800-847-8273, Fax: (717)620-9313, Email: karolyn28@acx.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 75 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Mystery & Suspense, Hostage!, Hit Men/Women, Presidency, Assassination
Screenplay
Richard Sale
Cast
Frank Sinatra, Sterling Hayden, James Gleason, Nancy Gates, Paul Frees, Willis Bouchey, Kim Charney, Christopher Dark
Cinematography
Charles Clarke
Director
Lewis Allen
Music
David Raksin

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