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Michael Morris over 7 years ago
WUSA is a 1970 drama film, directed by Stuart Rosenberg. It was written by Robert Stone, based on his novel A Hall of Mirrors. The story involves a radio station in New Orleans with the eponymous call sign which is apparently involved in a so-called "right-wing conspiracy". It culminates with a riot and stampede at a patriotic pep-rally when an assassin on a catwalk opens fire. It is unrelated to the television station which currently has this call sign. The cast included Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Anthony Perkins, Laurence Harvey, Cloris Leachman and Wayne Rogers. Paul Newman called it "the most significant film I've ever made and the best." Roger Greenspun of the New York Times saw it differently: "If it were an ordinary bad movie (and it is a very bad movie), WUSA might, in spite of the distinguished names, and less distinguished presence, of its leading actors, be dismissed with no more than a nod to the tension between Rosenberg's ponderously emphatic direction, and Robert...
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