The Red Menace (1949)
Release Date: Aug 1, 1949 Wide
Average Rating: 3.4/5
User Ratings: 231
One of the most famous of the anti-communist tracts of the late 1940s, Republic's The Red Menace plays like a merciless lampoon of the genre when seen today. After a portentous introduction by one Lloyd G. Davies, described as a member of the Los Angeles City Council, the film concentrates on disgruntled ex-GI Bill Jones (Robert Rockwell). Having been victimized by crooked real estate agents, Jones turns to the government for help, only to come away empty-handed and mad as a wet hen. Obviously,
Aug 1, 1949 Wide
Betty Lou Gerson
Robert H. Purcell
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