Fourteen Hours (1951)

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An unhappy man threatens suicide by standing on the ledge of a high-rise building for 14 hours.


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  • Grace Kelly and Paul Douglas in Fourteen Hours (1951)
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  • Paul Douglas in Fourteen Hours (1951)
  • Richard Basehart in Fourteen Hours (1951)
  • Richard Basehart in Fourteen Hours (1951)
  • Grace Kelly in Fourteen Hours (1951)

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Director:

Henry Hathaway

Writers:

John Paxton (screenplay), Joel Sayre (story)

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25 September 2003 | BillDP
Pretty Good Little Film
I've watched this film a couple of times on the Fox Movie Channel and I really think it's a pretty good little suspense/drama. Richard Basehart plays a man on the edge who decides to try and end it all perched on the ledge of a Manhattan hotel. The first on the scene is traffic cop Paul Douglas who does his best to try and befriend, comfort and hopefully coax the unbalanced man back inside. The performances are all pretty good though some of the dialogue rings a bit hokey at times. I believe this was also Grace Kelly's first film role. Director Henry Hathaway does a pretty good job of wringing out the drama and suspense and gives the film a nice, big city feel using some pretty impressive sets in the foreground and background. All in all, a pretty enjoyable film that I wouldn't mind picking up on DVD, though I don't believe it is currently available.

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