Pressure Point (1962)

In September 1962, Pressure Point was released and it was a highlight in
Bobby's film career. He received co-top billing with Sidney Poitier.

Set in 1942, Darin was cast as "The Patient," a racist Nazi sympathizer, who was a prison
inmate under the care of "The Doctor" (Poitier). The film was outstanding, although
it was not commercially successful. Directed by Stanley Kramer, it was also well
written and brought Bobby much deserved respect in the film industry, earning
him a Golden Globe Nomination for Actor in a Leading Role in 1962.

Audio: Bobby discussing his work on the film, with Password legend Allen Ludden.

"Why I Played a Film Bigot" an article by Bobby Darin.

promo picture from the film

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