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Thieves Fall Out(1941)

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  • Jane Darwell's Show

    • Jarrod McDonald
    • 4/22/13

    This is a perfect case of how a mildly amusing programmer is given a considerable boost by its supporting cast. A rich assortment of character actors populate this picture, but it is really Jane Darwell who shines best here. Her shenanigans involving the fate of characters portrayed by Eddie Albert and Joan Leslie are well-played and great fun to watch! Don't miss scenes with Alan Hale as her foil.

  • An Eddie Albert Romp

    • Commenter77
    • 3/6/12

    Oh you know, it's nice to just watch a simple lark kind of picture from time to time. This is one with Eddie Albert being a feature player, who is really an attractive guy. He played young, naive types a while, always darn nice. I remember him in a Lucille Ball picture as her boyfriend, which was quite a to-do: "The Fuller Brush Girl," no less. There were some more like that. In better pics, there were "Roman Holiday," "Oklahoma," "Tea House of the August Moon," "The Longest Day" with almost every male actor around, of course, and many more. On the personal level, he had one marriage and lived to age 99. He was active in athletics, organic gardening, keeping a vineyard, travel, participated in and founded humanitarian projects, as well. There was a crowd at his funeral. Kind of a special person, I would say. He was a sweet guy in this. The grandma encouragement was very cute, and he seemed to take off on his own on the strength of it. There was one part in this that really annoyed me. The new wife's dad threatens to come and get her if he didn't really make good like he said he was going to, in a certain amount of time. Excuse me? How about forsaking all others, including Mom and Dad. He goes along with it. Not! The in-laws are a pain. But, you know, I think his mom was even worse - an advanced neurotic. (Where was her medicine?) Yep, there were a couple of people in this who really needed a kick in the tail.Wow. Wasn't Anthony Quinn a looker back then? Who'd a thought it? When the coppers showed up, I thought they were the bad guys impersonating the police. I'm sure I've seen that shorter, rounder one be a dodo gangster (instead of a dodo cop, and probably as just a plain dodo).There were so many nut-jobs in this, instead of "Thieves Fall Out," it could have been called, ""Brains Fall Out," The Crazies Hold Sway" or "Busy Going Berserk" or others along that line. Flawed, but cute movie. Great Eddie Albert regardless.

  • Thieves Fall Out

    • Calixte
    • 9/29/11

    Entertaining look at small town life during the WWII. I'd love to see it again as I missed part of the movie,

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