From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
tick...tick...tick... (1970, USA) is a Crime film directed by Ralph Nelson.
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- Released in 1970
- Running Time: 100 Min.
- Production Co: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
- Distribution Co: Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) (1972) (USA) (TV) (original airing) | Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) (1970) (USA) (theatrical)
- Directed by Ralph Nelson
- Written by James Lee Barnett
- Starring: Jim Brown, George Kennedy, Frederic March, Don Stroud, Clifton James.
- Produced by James Lee Barrett, William S. Gilmore, Ralph Nelson
- Original Music by Jerry Styner
- Cinematography by Loyal Griggs
- Film Editing by Alex Beaton
- Racial tensions threaten to explode when a black man is elected Sheriff of a small, racially divided town in the deep south.
Also Known As
- ...Tick... tick... tick... byen der var en bombe (Denmark)
- Black Cop (Germany) (video title)
- Kara serif (Turkey) (Turkish title)
- Sheriff i het stad (Sweden)
- Tic, tic, .tic (Spain)
- Tick... tick... tick... esplode la violenza (Italy)
- Tik... tik... tik (Finland)
- A town turns into a time-bomb.
- Listen, boy! Any black man that runs for sheriff down here in Colusa County should have his head examined. Before the coroner does it for him
- What happens in a Southern town when law and order is in the hands of a black man?