The Incident
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Martin Sheen may be the Grey Eminence of movies nowadays, but back in 1967 he often as not played switchblade-wielding punks. This he does, in the company of Tony Musante, in The Incident. After mugging a helpless old man, Sheen and Musante take over a subway car, terrorizing its occupants. In Stagecoach fashion, all the best and worst qualities of the passengers are brought to the surface by the presence of danger. Among the passengers are angry black man Brock Peters and his supplicative wife Ruby Dee, ex-alcoholic Gary Merrill, timorous Jewish couple Jack Gilford and Thelma Ritter, blowhard… More
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 83%

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"It has been said about the film industry in the US, that it's a business whose commercial product just happens to be movies."
‑ Prairie Miller, WBAI Web Radio
"The sort of raw drama that, sad to say, never loses its topicality."
‑ Matt Brunson, Creative Loafing
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