My alphabetical posting of suggested films continues today with a really intense Cold War drama: “The Bedford Incident.” It stars Sidney Poitier and Richard Widmark and sets a wonderful standard for creating on-screen tension with pure drama. “The Bedford Incident” is the story of a journalist going aboard a U.S. warship that hunts Russian submarines during the Cold War. The tension keeps rising as the wound-too-tight captain stretches his crew to the limit. “The Bedford Incident” is must-see cinema from the 1960s. You won’t regret spending the time to find “The Bedford Incident.”
So, I’ve begun posting all my film reviews in alphabetical order and I’ve updated links and more on many of the reviews. Below is the link back to the full review.
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