The Yellow Canary

  • 1963
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Crime

Boone is thoroughly unpleasant as a pop star with an attitude, a fed up wife (Eden), and a kidnaped son. Boone finally takes action after a trio of murders occur, though he refuses to cooperate with the police. He attempts to pay a $200,000 ransom, but no kidnapers come to meet him. Eventually he heroically shoots the culprit, a deranged bodyguard played...read more

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Boone is thoroughly unpleasant as a pop star with an attitude, a fed up wife (Eden), and a kidnaped son. Boone finally takes action after a trio of murders occur, though he refuses to cooperate with the police. He attempts to pay a $200,000 ransom, but no kidnapers come to meet him.

Eventually he heroically shoots the culprit, a deranged bodyguard played by Forrest, and becomes a likable fellow...at least compared with what he was like at the beginning of the picture. Written by "Twilight Zone" creator Rod Serling, making for a rather odd combination of talents.

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  • Review: Boone is thoroughly unpleasant as a pop star with an attitude, a fed up wife (Eden), and a kidnaped son. Boone finally takes action after a trio of murders occur, though he refuses to cooperate with the police. He attempts to pay a $200,000 ransom, but no… (more)

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