Town Without Pity

  • 1961
  • 1 HR 52 MIN
  • NR
  • Drama

A courtroom drama with intense underlying social messages spread throughout, TOWN WITHOUT PITY bites off more than it can chew as it simultaneously attempts to preach against capital punishment, uncover the prejudices in a small Teutonic town, and jab at the boorish louts who occupied Germany after the war. The small burg of Neustadt is the setting. A more

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(Movie Clip) Just Asking For It
Army defense lawyer Garrett (Kirk Douglas) in West Germany interviewing his G.I. clients (Richard Jaeckel, Mal Sondock, Robert Blake, Frank Sutton), a (more…)
(Movie Clip) Painful And Embarassing
First scene for prosecutor Maj. Pakenham (E.G. Marshall), deposing hospitalized teenage German rape victim Karin (Christine Kaufman), Army defense law (more…)
(Movie Clip) Crazy, Stupid And Sick!
Army lawyer Garrett (Kirk Douglas), defending four guilty American soldiers against rape charges, debriefs a working girl (Ingrid van Bergen) in a bar (more…)

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