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The Heatwave Lasted Four Days (1974)

TV Reporter and Cameraman Cliff Reynolds(Pinsent), while filming Municipal Beach(Montreal)during a Four-Day Heatwave in the Summer of '74... See full synopsis »

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Mrs. Reynolds
Domini Blythe
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Jerry Cuozzo
Mignon Elkins ...
Customer
Jon Granik ...
George Sterzi
Ron Hartmann ...
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Derek Lind ...
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Don MacIntyre ...
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Andrew Marquis ...
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Walter Massey ...
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Roger Periard ...
Bob
Charles Perley ...
Mike
Frank Perry ...
Santo
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Cliff Reynolds
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Barbara Lawrence
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TV Reporter and Cameraman Cliff Reynolds(Pinsent), while filming Municipal Beach(Montreal)during a Four-Day Heatwave in the Summer of '74... See full synopsis »

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22 April 1984 (West Germany)  »

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Vier heiße Tage  »

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A true sleeper
17 August 2007 | by (Hollywood, Florida) – See all my reviews

Reporter and Cameraman Cliff Reynolds(Pinsent), while filming at Montreal's Municipal Beach during the Summer Heatwave of '74, coincidentally photographs recent prison escapee, Jerry Cuozzo(Lawrence Dane). A series of vignettes ensue, starting with Reynolds' averice and curiosity. Cuozzo and his friend-girl's paranoia of getting caught, ushers in a plethora of bad judgment calls, along with some "hit-and-miss" shooting from the hip decisions. Never the less, Cuozzo(Dane) has a lot on his plate, and seems to do quite well: First, to allude the police, double-cross his former mobster associates and throw them off the trail, and complete a "deal" regarding a certain Shipment from France of "guess what?" Not a particularly novel theme, but Alexandra Stewart and Domini Blythe are great to watch-They are both very pretty. This is a real sleeper and worth watching.

Lawrence Dane is exceptional. He must be of Italian origins. Canada has a huge Italian population.

Canada usually excels in many other areas, other than movie-making, but this one is very good. It is a NFB of Canada production. They are usually very good.

Try not to miss this one.

Music is great, too. Typically 1970's, right from Hollywood!

I hope Pinsent and Dane--along with the two gorgeous girls are still going strong!


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