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Dominic Dirupo over 5 years ago
Light hearted, corny and totally Bogie
All Through the Night is a light-hearted thriller film released by Warner Brothers in 1941, starring Humphrey Bogart and directed by Vincent Sherman. An elderly baker named Miller (Ludwig Stossel) is murdered by a sinister stranger (Peter Lorre). A trail leads on to a nightclub singer, Leda Hamilton (Kaaren Verne) who reveals that she and Miller have been in thrall to an organization of Nazi fifth columnists led by Ebbing (Conrad Veidt). She is helped by a well-meaning promoter, Alfred "Gloves" Donahue (Humphrey Bogart), who himself is suspected of murdering a Restaurant owner (Edward Brophy), and has to track down those responsible to prove his innocence.
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