Fury Overview:

Fury (1936) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Fritz Lang and produced by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and J.J. Cohn.

Fury was inducted into the National Film Registry in 1995.

Academy Awards 1936 --- Ceremony Number 9 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best WritingNorman KrasnaNominated
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The Divine Fury (2019, Kim Joo-hwan)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 12, 2019 From The Stop Button

The Divine Fury is a very bad film. It?s not poorly made; director Kim is mediocre, Cho Sang-yun?s photography is good, Koo Ja-wan?s score is fine. Yes, the editing is wanting, but often more because Kim?s mediocre than anything else. Like the big fight scene at the end? The big, very bad, not at al... Read full article


The Divine Fury (2019, Kim Joo-hwan)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 12, 2019 From The Stop Button

The Divine Fury is a very bad film. It?s not poorly made; director Kim is mediocre, Cho Sang-yun?s photography is good, Koo Ja-wan?s score is fine. Yes, the editing is wanting, but often more because Kim?s mediocre than anything else. Like the big fight scene at the end? The big, very bad, not at al... Read full article


The Divine Fury (2019, Kim Joo-hwan)

on Nov 12, 2019 From The Stop Button

The Divine Fury is a very bad film. It?s not poorly made; director Kim is mediocre, Cho Sang-yun?s photography is good, Koo Ja-wan?s score is fine. Yes, the editing is wanting, but often more because Kim?s mediocre than anything else. Like the big fight scene at the end? The big, very bad, not at al... Read full article


The Divine Fury (2019, Kim Joo-hwan)

on Nov 12, 2019 From The Stop Button

The Divine Fury is a very bad film. It?s not poorly made; director Kim is mediocre, Cho Sang-yun?s photography is good, Koo Ja-wan?s score is fine. Yes, the editing is wanting, but often more because Kim?s mediocre than anything else. Like the big fight scene at the end? The big, very bad, not at al... Read full article


book: The Amber Fury (2014; vt The Furies) by Natalie Haynes

By John Grant on Aug 25, 2019 From Noirish

Promising young stage director Alex Morris is, not unnaturally, devastated by grief when her fiance, Luke, is murdered on the street by a stranger. Knowing how desperate she is to get away from London and all the reminders of what happened, her old drama tutor Robert offers her a job in Edinburgh us... Read full article


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Quotes from

District Attorney: [after several witnesses had lied on the stand] I wonder if I haven't been calling the defense witnesses by mistake.


Joe Wilson: I am legally dead!


Joe Wilson: The mob doesn't think. It has no mind of its own.


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Facts about

Script was based upon the 1933 kidnapping and murder of Brooke Hart, the son of the owner of Hart's Department Store in San Jose, California. The two kidnapping suspects were pulled from jail by a group of vigilantes, who dragged them across the street to St. James Park and lynched both of them.
This was Fritz Lang's first American movie, having arrived from a year in Paris after he fled the Nazi regime in Germany.
Terry, better known as Toto from The Wizard of Oz, appears in this film as the dog that Spencer Tracy takes in from the rain at the beginning of the movie, becoming his traveling companion into the netherworld of small-town America.
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