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A young black M.D. tries to prove that the community of Echo Park is endangered by a deadly epidemic. But he has to fight his superior in the hospital and city government who accuse him of just causing panic.
John Llewellyn Moxey
During a police strike in Nova Scotia's capital city, a gang of hoodlums end up unintentionally causing the owner of a gay bar to be killed. This escalates into a string of murders with a lone survivor trying to not be next.
This movie was a very good movie in 1978. I saw it when it was aired as a made for TV movie back in 1978. There is nothing wrong with this moving. Whoever says that this is a racist movie just shows that you have no idea what racism is! This was a very good movie. It goes through the hardships of what older people go through every day of how they have to live. Then there is also the harassment of the gang that constantly makes their lives miserable and unbearable. When Martin Balsam's characters friend kills herself because she just can't take the harassment anymore by that gang and the police won't help, the fantastic way they hold the leaders of that gang until the cops come was brilliant!
Anyone know where I can get this movie on DVD? Can't seem to find it on Amazon.com or youtube. thnx
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