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The Angry Breed (1968)

M | | Drama | June 1968 (USA)
In Vietnam, aspiring actor Johnny Taylor is given a prize film script after saving the life of a Hollywood screenwriter. On his return, Johnny has trouble finding a studio that will let him... See full summary »

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Gloria Patton
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Deek Stacey
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Vance Patton
Jan Murray ...
Mori Thompson
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Johnny Taylor
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Diane Patton
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April Banner
Karen Malouf ...
Jade
Suzie Kaye ...
Ginny Morris
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Hagen Smith ...
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Arthur Wong ...
Wing
Burt Taylor
Morris Diamond
Thomas Markus
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In Vietnam, aspiring actor Johnny Taylor is given a prize film script after saving the life of a Hollywood screenwriter. On his return, Johnny has trouble finding a studio that will let him play the lead until he saves producer Vance Patton's daughter Diane from a cycle-gang attack. The grateful father sends him to agent Mori Thompson, but Thompson wants the script for gang leader Deek Stacy. Deek and his agent feed Johnny LSD and drag him away to the dungeon during the producer's Halloween party. Melody Patterson (married at the time to James MacArthur) plays April Wilde. Written by alfiehitchie

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A review of The Angry Breed
8 February 1999 | by (Dayton, Ohio) – See all my reviews

This movie is not going to win any awards for its acting or its plot. However, the acting and plot are most appropriate for the overall texture the film provides. This movie is the late 60's in a nutshell. The language, the cinematography, the music, everything is what 1969 was all about. If ever somebody asked me:

"Emmett, what did 1969 look like?" I would give them a copy of my tape to view. What is best about this movie is that the makers were not trying to encapsulate the 60's. It just ends up that way.


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