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The Raging Tide

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The Raging Tide

The Raging Tide
Theatrical release poster
Directed by George Sherman
Produced by Aaron Rosenberg
Screenplay by Ernest K. Gann
Starring Shelley Winters
Richard Conte
Stephen McNally
Charles Bickford
Music by Frank Skinner
Cinematography Russell Metty
Edited by Ted J. Kent
Distributed by Universal-International
Release dates
November 1951
Running time
93 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Raging Tide is a 1951 American Shelley Winters, Richard Conte, among others.[1]


The film tells of Bruno Felkin (Conte) as a San Francisco crime boss. After he kills off a mob rival, he tries to arrange an alibi with his girlfriend Connie Thatcher (Winters). However, she isn't available, which forces Felkin to hide out on a fishing boat owned by Hamil Linder (Bickford) until Connie his moll can be located.

Far from the perfect guest, Felkin tries to motivate Linder's son Carl (Alex Nicol) into doing his dirty work until the police is of his trail. Gradually, however, Felkin, and Connie, become reformed by the decency and humanity of the Linder family.

Cop Kelsey (Stephen McNally) continues to pursue Felkin and might not see things in this new light.



  1. ^ The Raging Tide at the Internet Movie Database.

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