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Riot 1969

Riot ★★½ 1969 (R)

Men in cages throw tantrums until warden returns from vacation. Filmed in Arizona State Prison with real convicts as extras. Strong performances by fullback Brown and durable Hackman. Based on story by excon Frank Elli. Too oft-played theme song sung by Bill Medley of the Righteous Brothers. 97m/C VHS . Gene Hackman, Jim Brown, Mike Kellin, Ben Carruthers, Frank Eyman; D: Buzz Kulik; W: James Poe.

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