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All through the Night

  • Action
  • Comedy
  • 1942
  • Vincent Sherman
  • 106 mins
  • PG

Summary

Offbeat spy drama starring Humphrey Bogart and Conrad Veidt. In wartime New York, gambler Gloves Donahue investigates the disappearance of a baker - a mystery which draws him into a deadly confrontation with a group of Nazi sympathisers.

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Review

A star rating of 3 out of 5.

This standard piece of Warner Bros wartime propaganda stars Humphrey Bogart as a Broadway gambler who discovers a gang of Nazis plotting to sink a US battleship anchored in New York. The tone of the film is rather jokey, though it was released a year after the bombing of Pearl Harbor and consequently no one thought it was very funny. But Bogart is on decent enough form and the usual suspects, including Conrad Veidt and Peter Lorre, lurk in the shadows as they often did in these vehicles. And while there's no Mary Astor or Ingrid Bergman to provide a shoulder for the hero to cry on, little-known Kaaren Verne does well as the solitary love interest.

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Credits

Cast

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Gloves DonahueHumphrey Bogart
Hall EbbingConrad Veidt
Leda HamiltonKaaren Verne
Ma DonahueJane Darwell
BarneyFrank McHugh
PepiPeter Lorre
MadameJudith Anderson
SunshineWilliam Demarest
StarchieJackie Gleason
WaiterPhil Silvers
Spats HunterWallace Ford
Marty CallahanBarton MacLane

Crew

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DirectorVincent Sherman

Details

Theatrical distributor
Warner Bros Pictures Ltd
Languages
English | German
Formats
Black and white
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