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ON JUNE 26 last year all the clocks at the Tennessee State Prison in Nashville stopped at 9 o'clock. The iron doors clanged shut, the last of the prisoners filed out to be transferred to other prisons, and a deep silence settled over the long corridors and empty cell blocks once teeming with a thousand inmates. Today the clocks still say 9 o'clock, but the doors are open again and the place alive with the familiar sights and sounds of a film crew on location. And director John Frankenheimer isdoi:10.15353/kinema.vi.761 fatcat:ujhqjgp2fngxrcj3yeh4qgjoa4