"...brittle and diamond-brilliant... His sincerity in the story's guts is its premise for being believed..."
|With Paula Raymond.|
Crisis - Review is taken from 'The Films of Cary Grant' by Donald Deschner (1973):
"Crisis is a bold piece of movie adventuring. Under Dore Schary's progressive administration at MGM, we are now considered adult enough to enjoy an unbuttoned screenplay on the violent temperature that erupts in Latin-American civil war and dictatorship.
Cary Grant is more brittle and diamond-brilliant than before as the enlightened doctor. His sincerity in the story's guts is its premise for being believed. Jose Ferrer is cunning to the point of evil genius."
- Reed Porter, The Mirror (Los Angeles)
|New Artwork by Rebekah Hawley at Studio36 -|
Number 55 - Crisis (Lobby Card Style)
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