Man with a Camera (1958–1960)

TV Series   |    |  Crime, Drama


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Former combat cameraman Mike Kovac is now a freelance photographer in New York City, specializing in difficult and dangerous assignments where he can get the kinds of pictures that other ... See full summary »


7.5/10
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  • Charles Bronson and Joseph Hamilton in Man with a Camera (1958)
  • Anne Neyland in Man with a Camera (1958)
  • Charles Bronson and Judith Braun in Man with a Camera (1958)
  • Charles Bronson in Man with a Camera (1958)
  • Charles Bronson and Danielle Aubry in Man with a Camera (1958)
  • Stuart Hall in Man with a Camera (1958)

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3 October 2004 | John-376
Excellent drama series for its time
The points made by the exquisitely named Welsh gentleman in the previous review are fair enough in a 2004 context but what people like him always forget is the HISTORICAL context. No, Charlie Bronson did NOT have a digital camera in 1958, so he had to make do with the existing technology.

The point is that this series was made FOR ITS TIME and so the only test we can apply in 2004 is: "was it entertaining?" And, like most of Mr Bronson's work, yes, it was entertaining.

Providing you maintain the right perspective and keep old series and old films generally within the context of their time, you can apply a meaningful judgment of them. It utterly amazes me how so many people can dismiss something because it was made in the days before computerised special effects became available. If these special effects films nowadays are so good, why are the cinemas so empty?

Lets take a modern example of a film that is closely related to contemporary technology: this "Matrix" rubbish. Is that entertaining? Is it hell. It is absolute garbage.

"Man with a Camera" is completely watchable. I agree that Charlie's subsequent superstardom tends to detract as you look back on it, but it is certainly worth watching again for its own sake.

If it's on a nostalgia channel near you any time, believe me the story lines alone make it worth watching. And Charlie was always worth watching anyway.

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