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What strikes me the most is Gazzara's complete mastery of not only his own part but the whole film as well.
It can be distinguished, if one recognizes enough details, that the Southern Military College is based off The Citadel in South Carolina.
Astonishing performances by Ben Gazzara, George Peppard, Pat Hingle, Mark Richman (The Strange One was their film debut!)
I first saw this film in the late 1950's, in Kansas City, on TV! I was about 12. It is a great, unusual Study of a Cruel, Vindictive Cadet at a Military Academy in the South. Read morePublished 5 months ago by James Bryant Wiser
The advent of DVD allows viewers an opportunity to see some terrific films that have faded from public memory. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Silver Screen Videos
I order for a 70 year old senior citizen that I work with. He love this movie. Every week I am ordering some new DvD or book for him
Four stars for " The Strange One"
Glorious black and white film
it kept my interest all the way to the end !
That's how long ago it was since I have seen the
film, (I was 18 then, you do the math) and it was
as good as I remembered. Read more
I first saw this years ago and was stunned at how unusual and brilliant it was. Ben Gazzara is incredible, has total command and plays Jocko de Paris perfectly, no other actor... Read morePublished on August 20, 2011 by Schuyler V. Johnson