The Last Angry Man
The Last Angry Man (1959)

In danger of losing his job, TV-producer David Wayne hopes to cook up a real ratings winner by building a network special around the life and work of elderly doctor Paul Muni. For the past 45 years, the iconoclastic Muni has run a free… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Drama
Release Date: October 22, 1959
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Dennis Schwartz
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Sentimental drama about an elderly Jewish selfless doctor in the Brooklyn slums, who cares about his patients even if they have no money or are jerks.

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Emanuel Levy

Vet actor Paul Muni (Life of Emile Zola) received his last Best Actor nomination for playing an idealistic doctor in the slums of Brooklyn.

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John Ballantine
While it is interesting to see the elderly Muni out and about in a late 50s film, it is of note only because it was his last film. This tale of an idealistic… More