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Austin almost 5 years ago
Bogey and Bacall are always magical when they share the screen.
Ana C.M. over 1 year ago
Robert Stuart over 1 year ago
Rosalio Galvan over 2 years ago
Nino Vignjevic almost 3 years ago
Matthew Bettencourt over 3 years ago
Cody Cook over 4 years ago
Jeremy Smith 5 years ago
Jeff Clay over 6 years ago
Dark Passage (1947) is a Warner Bros. film noir directed by Delmer Daves and starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. The film is based on the novel of the same name by David Goodis. It was the third of four films real-life couple Bacall and Bogart made together. The film is notable for its first third being shot entirely from the point of view of Bogart's character, Vincent Parry, his face never seen. The story follows Parry's attempts to hide from the law and clear his name of murder. Vincent Parry, a man convicted of killing his wife, escapes from San Quentin prison by stowing away in a supply truck. He evades police and hitches a ride with a passing motorist named Baker. Parry's odd clothes and a news report on the radio about an escaped convict make Baker suspicious. When questioned, Parry beats him unconscious. Irene Jansen, who had been painting nearby, picks up Parry and smuggles him into San Francisco, offering him shelter in her apartment. An acquaintance of Jansen, Madge...
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