Dir. Raoul Walsh (1941). The most existential of post-code, pre-war gangster films, Raoul Walshs no-frills actioner was the first movie to present a Bogart character in a sympathetic light. Faithful moll Ida Lupino contributes to the gallantry quotient.
Wed., March 23, 7 p.m., 2011
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