Tick...Tick...Tick... (1970)

Tick...Tick...Tick...

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This comedy drama finds Jimmy Price (Jim Brown) winning the sheriff's election in a small Southern town over the longtime incumbent John Little (George Kennedy). From Mayor Parks (Fredric March) on down, the new lawman must prove himself worthy of the people who elected him the first black sheriff in town. He chooses a black deputy (Richard Elkins) and deals with the hippie Benny (Don Stroud) and the black power militant George Harvey (Bernie Casey). Jimmy's power and patience are stretched to … More

Rating: G
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure
Directed By:
Written By: James Lee Barrett
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Cast


as Jimmy Price

as Julia

as Bengy Springer

as Mary Price

as Bradford Wilkes

as D.J. Rankin

as John Braddock

as Deputy Joe Warren

as George Harley

as H.C. Tolbert

as Junior

as Braddock

as Bob Braddock

as Mrs. Dawes

as John Sawyer

as Ira Jackson

as Fred Price

as Shoeshine Boy

as Mrs. Harley

as Randy Harley

as Harrison Harley

as Sara Jean
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Critic Reviews for Tick...Tick...Tick...

All Critics (2)

Not just an earnest race drama, but also a fascinating example of how social issues were addressed cinematically in an earlier era.

Full Review… | March 25, 2012
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February 2, 2013
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Audience Reviews for Tick...Tick...Tick...

½

Good drama movie about racism.This film is very under rated due to it's message hitting hard with few punches pulled.Brown gives a very good performance here and so do all the other actors.I like the cinematography color here,very crisp and eye pleasing.The screenplay is a little bland but does not ruin the movie at all.Not for people who do not like seeing the truth about the ugliness of prejudice and corruption from BOTH races.....

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Cassandra Maples

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A true classic from the sevanties...captures to glory of segregation back in the days... I saw this again on VHS recently...an old guy that had a whole lot of classic cinema stuff, let me see it...You have got to see this...so you can FEEL how stupid racism is. Get it..if you can FIND it!

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Fascade Fiveoneeight

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