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Dark Passage Details

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[[Performer~P103333~Robert Montgomery~robertmontgomery]]'s 1946 film [[Feature~V28095~Lady in the Lake~ladyinthelake]] attempted to tell the entire story with a "subjective camera": shooting the film from the point of view of the main character, with the camera acting as his "eyes". The first hour or so of Dark Passage does the same thing--and the results are far more successful than anything seen in [[Performer~P103333~Montgomery~robertmontgomery]]'s film. [[Performer~P7027~Humphrey Bogart~humphreybogart]] heads the cast as an escaped convict, wrongly accused of his wife's murder. After being forced to beat up a man ([[Performer~P78142~Clifton Young~cliftonyoung]]) from whom he's hitched a ride, [[Performer~P7027~Bogart~humphreybogart]] hides out in the apartment of [[Performer~P3116~Lauren Bacall~laurenbacall]], while recovering from plastic surgery, and tries to set about locating the actual murderer. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

  • Release date:September 27, 1947

Cast

Humphrey Bogart
as Vincent Parry
Lauren Bacall
as Irene Jansen
Bruce Bennett
as Bob
Agnes Moorehead
as Madge Rapf
Tom D'Andrea
as Sam, Taxi Driver
Douglas Kennedy
as Detective
Rory Mallinson
as George Fellsinger
Ross Ford
as Driver
Tom Fadden
as Waiter in Cafe
John Alvin
as Blackie
Lennie Bremen
as Man
Luigi Pistilli
as Fausto
Michael Daves
as Child
Patrick McVey
as Taxi Driver
Ramon Ros
as Waiter
Ian MacDonald
as Policeman
Mary Field
as Mary, the Lonely Woman
Clancy Cooper
as Man on Street
Craig Lawrence
as Bartender

Crew

Delmer Daves
Director
Jerry Wald
Producer
Delmer Daves
Screenwriter
David Goodis
Book Author
Sidney Hickox
Cinematographer
Franz Waxman
Composer (Music Score)
Leo F. Forbstein
Musical Direction/Supervision
David Weisbart
Editor
Jack L. Warner
Executive Producer
Dolph Thomas
Sound/Sound Designer
Perc Westmore
Makeup
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