Passed | | Film-Noir, Thriller
A man convicted of murdering his wife escapes from prison and works with a woman to try and prove his innocence.
Humphrey Bogart's complete uncovered face is not seen clearly until 62 minutes into the movie, when his character finally removes his bandages and looks into a mirror. All previous scenes with the character are either shown from his point of view or have his face ... ...
Just take it easy, Parry. You're gonna be better off that you ever were. As soon as I rake in the chips, I walk out of the game. Want your hat?
Vincent Parry: You make it sound pretty simple.
Baker: It is, and don't make it complicated by trying to make a break. I'll ...
The Powell Street cable line does not run anywhere near Telegraph Hill where Parry supposedly boards a passing car that takes him downtown.
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