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ALLTHROUGH THE NIGHT
- TOM SABELLA
I WOULD LIKE TO SEE THIS MOVIE. I SEEN IT YEARS AGO AND INJOYED IT'
W/ Gloves well in hand...
- Steve S.
Bogey and his boys (gang) quickly figure out that is New York NOT Berlin... An awesome cast (both good guys and bad guys) w/ a very clever script that all performer's deliver their lines w/ uncanny timing and sparkle! Too bad Ed Bropghy get's knocked off early! This was one of three films for Bogie sandwiched in between The Maltese Falcon and Casablanca! Classic studio era cinema, indeed!
Love it, warts and all!
Reall an entertaining film. It was a perfect June day outside in the northeast. I had planned to be out in the garden but couldn't tear myself away. It was a fine B-movie, indeed. The B-movies of the 1940's far surpass any A movie made in these 21st century times.
Great Ensemble Comedy,Top Anti-Hitler Movie
- Bill Demarest Fan
Always enjoy this movie.Implausible or not,great comedy,great pro-USA feel.And it was filmed during the time just within days of Pearl Harbor.Bogart put to great use.
- Ric Starnes
I really liked this Bogey movie. Sure..it was a little campy at times but with the talent that was in this one....who cares. Never heard of this one until i saw it this morning. Bogart looks young.
All Through The Night (Warner Bros. 1942)
- Bruce Reber
This is a rousing, entertaining comedy-drama with Humphrey Bogart playing good-guy gangster Gloves Donahue, facing off against his "Casablanca" co-stars Conrad Veidt and Peter Lorre who play Nazi spies. Good supporting cast featuring William Demarest, Phil Silvers, Jackie Gleason et al.
oh come on. let's get real.
I guess it's good for a little fun. But what is this supposed to be, an action thriller or a comedy? Really, it can't be both. Much of the dialogue is impossibly witty for the characters or situations. I tried to enjoy this, but the movie lost me completely later on, when it got to that preposterous scene at the Nazi meeting. Sometimes the gritty streets of a Warners drama are more phony than the cushy living rooms of an MGM glamour pic.
Bogart's the Man
- Tom Neal
You're in for a treat if you haven't seen this wonderful film. Bogart has his 'Gangster with a heart of gold' down pat in this one and the fantastic cast around him shine. Check out a very young (and thin) Jackie Gleason in a small part. AAA+++ all the way.
Good movie bolstered by excellant cast
Being a big Bogart/Lorre fan, I love this movie. Yes the script seems kind of campy, but with a war on this is what was needed. My only disappointment was that it didn't have Sidney Greenstreet in it to complete the trifecta.
The cast is terrific. But the plot? -- It might as well be The Bowery Boys Take on the Nazis. I am usually able to suspend my disbelief for the sake of entertainment, but I couldn't believe a minute of this one.
It's NOT Boo-gie,it's Bogie!
MARY,You meant to say,Bogie's Best,right? not Boo-gie. From,another Mary
I have seen every Boogie's films I know of, and this is my favorite. He shows his exceptional skill in drama and comedy. The whole production is great from supporting cast, script, to director Vincent Sherman. It's fun and exciting to watch!!!!
The best BOGART Movie!!!! to me.
- Joe Santini
This movie to me is the best Bogart movie, and I have just about all his movies.