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They Met in Bombay(1941)

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  • Peter Lorre

    • I_Fortuna
    • 1/19/13

    Along with my other review of this movie, I want to mention how wonderful Peter Lorre is in this film. Although a small part, this is one that really shines. He was a true genius. Watch how he holds certain scenes to accentuate the character's personality and his ability to completely steal a scene. Wonderful!

  • Very Enjoyable

    • I_Fortuna
    • 1/19/13

    I really enjoy this film. It is fast paced and fun. There were twists and turns that really made this film interesting. Gable and Russell were very enjoyable and I thought they had very good chemistry. This is one of those films that I would like to see many times.

  • enjoyable film

    • george snedker
    • 6/16/12

    enjoyable film a film of two halves a good fun first and a not so good second when it turns serious.still this is a film i have always liked.clark and roz make a great pairing.

  • They Met in Bombay (1941)

    • James Higgins
    • 11/18/09

    The cast is terrific, Peter Lorre stands out. Good mixture of genre's, very entertaining with an interesting story. It's not quite up with the quality of the stars other films from that era, but it's still good.

  • Sunday Morning Gem

    • Wes Dixon
    • 8/12/07

    Found this by accident while channel surfing one Sunday morning. Delightfully predictable and a completely expected ending, but nonetheless a supurb example of the movie "mill" that was the Studio System in Pre-WWII Hollywood. There is a teriffic little "under-5" by Peter Lorre too.

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