All Through the Night

All Through the Night

DVD - 2006
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A big shot gambler investigating the murder of his favorite German baker stumbles upon a Nazi plot to blow up an American warship and is framed for murder in this comedy-thriller.


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Aug 29, 2015

A terrific, fun - and very underrated - Bogart comedy/thriller that has him playing a Sky Masterson-type gambler who uncovers and defeats a Nazi spy ring in New York... all because he's on the trail of the man who murdered the baker of his favorite cheesecake!

A wonderful supporting cast includes William Demarest and Frank McHugh as part of his gang (as well as bit parts by Phil Silvers and Jackie Gleason!) with Conrad Veidt and Peter Lorre (both Casablanca alums) as the Nazi leaders.

Snappy dialogue and fun twists keep you on edge in this film that takes place on one day and concludes early the next, hence the title.

If you are a Bogart fan, you owe it to yourself to check this one out. Along with SAHARA*, another film from Bogart's Casablanca period, this film is his most underrated.

*Check out my review of SAHARA if you like


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