Producer Walter Wanger, who had just been released from a prison term after shooting a man he believed was having an affair with his wife, wanted to make a film about the appalling conditions he saw while he was incarcerated. He got together with director Don Siegel and they came up with this film, in which several prison inmates, to protest brutal guards, substandard food, overcrowding and barely livable conditions, stage an uprising, in which most of the inmates join, and take several guards hostage. Negotiations between the inmates and prison officials are stymied, however, by politicians interfering with the prison administration, and by dissension and infighting in the inmates' own ranks. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Donnie R (jp) wrote: awesome God inspired flick,,too bad so many critics cant see the truth,,
(gb) wrote: Girls just crazy exposed thigh will be doing? Super bad movie!
Everardo C (au) wrote: Aunque a momentos graciosa la pelcula falla al estereotipar a cada personaje. haciendo aun lado la trama
Philip B (gb) wrote: I WANT TO KNOW IF QUIGLEY REALLY DOES GO "DOWN UNDER!!!"
Michael T (nl) wrote: An odd mixture of stunts, hard rock, magic tricks and very little plot; possibly one of the noisiest films ever made.
Pam W (br) wrote: recommend this for a good sunday movie. teaches kids about family and togetherness.
Mark N (ag) wrote: Charmingly fun tale of a young apprentice to an aging vampire killer and their efforts to rescue a maiden snatched before them. Polanski directs and co-stars as the young man and very ably creates a slapstick world of run around farce. The gentle humour is genuinely funny and the use of environment and myth expertly combine. One of my favorite vampire movies that remind me of a lost Carry-On classic.
Rafael B (es) wrote: The Movie is Decent in Terms of Fun and Kids Entertainment, i haved fun with my father after seeing this movie :)
Nigel K (nl) wrote: Can't help it, love watching this crappy film!
bill s (jp) wrote: Does nothing to further the horror movie genre along other than to delay it's demise.