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Convicts 4 Overview:

Convicts 4 (1962) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Millard Kaufman and produced by A. Ronald Lubin.

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Pic of the Day: “Convicts 4″ revisited

By Marisa on Aug 28, 2014 From The Timothy Carey Experience

In honor of today being the 84th birthday anniversary of the late great Ben Gazzara, today’s pic is another from Convicts 4 (1962), directed by Millard Kaufman. John Resko ponders his predicament after unexpectedly meeting up with his childhood friend Nick in the prison yard at Dannemora. Tim... Read full article


Video of the Week: “Convicts 4″ (3)

By Marisa on Feb 5, 2014 From The Timothy Carey Experience

This week’s video is a compilation of scenes from Millard Kaufman‘s Convicts 4 (1962). The fellow who posted it doesn’t think much of the film or Timothy’s lock-jaw acting technique, which I admit is pretty over-the-top. Tim’s scenes begin at about 3:55. Enjoy with a hu... Read full article


Pic of the Day: “Convicts 4″ revisited (5)

By Marisa on Nov 29, 2013 From The Timothy Carey Experience

After stuffing ourselves yesterday, we deserve a rest. And where better to put up our feet than in the clink? We close the holiday week with another look at Convicts 4 (1962), Millard Kaufman‘s prison biography of artist John Resko (Ben Gazzara). Unbeknownst to Resko and his old pal Nick, they... Read full article


Video of the Week: “Convicts 4″ (2)

By Marisa on Aug 28, 2013 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Today, the eighty-third birthday anniversary of the amazing Ben Gazzara, we present again a clip from the prison biopic Convicts 4 (1962), directed by Millard Kaufman. It features Timothy’s first appearance in the film, and it is certainly memorable. As we all know, Tim and Gazzara appeared to... Read full article


Pic of the Day: “Convicts 4″ revisited (4)

By Marisa on Jun 18, 2013 From The Timothy Carey Experience

It’s time to revisit Convicts 4 (1962), aka Reprieve, directed by Millard Kaufman. Genial convict Nick welcomes his old pal John Resko (Ben Gazzara) to The Hill. Timothy’s teeth-clenching pseudo-Kirk Douglas delivery really gets a workout here. Keep your eyes open also for a fleeting ap... Read full article


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After filming was completed, Sammy Davis Jr. asked for and received permission to put on a show for the inmates. The warden set two conditions: no racial jokes (which could start a riot) and no sex jokes (for obvious reasons). Four thousand inmates attended the show, Davis told no racial or sex jokes, and the show went off with no trouble.
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