Comedian Rogan

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 17 Nov 2017, Friday

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Joe is a 1970 drama film distributed by Cannon Films and starring Peter Boyle, Dennis Patrick and Susan Sarandon in her film debut. The film was directed by John G. Avildsen.


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Advertising executive Bill Compton (Dennis Patrick), his wife Joan, and daughter Melissa (Susan Sarandon) are a wealthy family living in New York’s Upper East Side. Melissa has been living with her drug dealer boyfriend. After Melissa overdoses and is sent to a hospital, Compton goes to her boyfriend’s apartment to get her clothes. He confronts and kills the boyfriend in a fit of rage. At a nearby bar he hears factory worker Joe Curran (Peter Boyle) ranting about how he hates hippies, and blurts out that he just killed one. Joe reacts favorably, but Compton says it was a joke.

A few days later, Joe sees a news report about a drug dealer found slain a few blocks from the bar. He calls Compton and meets him. At first Compton is wary that Joe may be attempting blackmail, but Joe assures him that he admires Compton for killing the drug dealer. They become friends, and Compton and his wife have dinner at Joe’s house with his wife. Melissa escapes from the hospital and returns to the family apartment, where she overhears her father discussing the murder. She storms out of the apartment house, saying to Compton, “What are you gonna do, kill me too?” Compton tries to restrain her, but she breaks away.

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