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F.I.S.T. [DVD] [English] [1978]

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Overview

Special Features

  • The fight for f.i.s.t.
  • Featurette with Director Norman Jewison and Screenwriter Joe Eszterhas
  • Original theatrical trailer

Synopsis

F.I.S.T.
F.I.S.T. is author Norman Jewison's chronicle of an innocent and idealistic young man corrupted by power and success as seen through the rise of the United States labor movement. Sylvester Stallone plays a Jimmy Hoffa-inspired figure who rises through the union ranks during turbulent labor times. The film begins in 1937 during the burgeoning of the labor movement. Johnny Kovak (Sylvester Stallone) works on the dock unloading trucks for Win Talbot's (Henry Wilcoxon) trucking company. He turns to organizing the truckers for union representative Mike Monahan (Richard Herd). When Monahan is killed in a fight by strong-arm men hired by the company, Johnny becomes involved with Vince Doyle (Kevin Conway), the local gangster. After an angry response by the union, culminating in a massive riot, Johnny firmly aligns himself with Doyle, and the mob gets its meathooks further into the union. Thanks to the infusion of mob support, the union grows rich and powerful, along with Johnny. By the end of the 1950s, Johnny has so much power that he even manages to blackmail international union leader Max Graham (Peter Boyle) out of his job. Johnny is sitting on top of the world -- that is, until crusading United States senator Andrew Madison (Rod Steiger) targets Johnny's union for a federal investigation. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Sylvester Stallone
    Sylvester Stallone - Johnny Kovak
  • Rod Steiger
    Rod Steiger - Sen. Andrew Madison
  • Peter Boyle
    Peter Boyle - Max Graham
  • Melinda Dillon
    Melinda Dillon - Anna Zerinkas
  • David Huffman
    David Huffman - Abe Belkin
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