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He Ran All the Way(1951)

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  • All the way is a Winner!!!

    • Dennis George
    • 11/19/11

    First...this film did not take place in NYC...it was in California...and this noir gem is utterly fantastic...John Garfield was just a fantastic actor....tough, handsome, yet sensitve....and this final movie of his is great....this movie suits him because he was originally a stage actor...and for the most part the movies takes place in an apartment, and has a broadway stage quality to it....Garfield is just wonderful as a misguided small time hood...Shelly Winters was also very good...too bad Garfiled didnt live longer..no telling where his career would have gone to!!!!

  • He Ran All The Way(Home)1951

    • nshepard
    • 10/14/10

    Nick Robey(John Garfield) trapped in another New York burroughs vehicle, this time as an accomplice to robbery, and the death of a policeman. While on the lam Nick befriends Peg Dobbs( Shelley Winters) who thinking this may be the love interest she has been waiting for,invites him to her familes apartment and is surprised to find that Nick is not the chosen one. Her family becomes trapped by this killer, and the angst ensues This film marks the last movie of John Garfield, an amazingly gifted actor, who never had a breakthrough film. While his body of work is substantial, the elusive blockbuster remains just that... Wallace Ford, known mainly for comedic roles , delivers a solid performance as Fred Dobbs, Pegs father. Good performances all around, but the screenplay and the setting make for a claustrophobic experience.2.5 stars out of 5...

  • He ran All the Way

    • Dave
    • 6/16/10

    A fitting finale to the dynamic John Garfield's career. Having been blacklisted, it is amazing his production company even got this movie made. Classic noir with fine acting from Garfield in his last film. He died shortly after this picture was made at the age of 39.

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