The Woman on Pier 13 (1949)

Not Rated   |    |  Crime, Drama, Film-Noir

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Successful, newly married Brad Collins once belonged to the Communist Party of the USA, and now the Party will stop at nothing to use him.




  • John Agar and Janis Carter in The Woman on Pier 13 (1949)
  • John Agar, Janis Carter, and Thomas Gomez in The Woman on Pier 13 (1949)
  • John Agar, Janis Carter, Laraine Day, and Robert Ryan in The Woman on Pier 13 (1949)
  • The Woman on Pier 13 (1949)
  • Thomas Gomez, Richard Rober, and Robert Ryan in The Woman on Pier 13 (1949)
  • Laraine Day, James Nolan, and Robert Ryan in The Woman on Pier 13 (1949)

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1 November 2013 | juanandrichard
| Excellent Movie
Considering what was happening on the world stage at the time this movie was made (i.e., The Berlin Airlift), it was becoming unfortunately clear that the Soviet Union was not an ally anymore and RKO probably thought this a timely subject. The cast is first rate and I found the narrative interesting. A couple of corrections from other postings: Lorraine Day was not lent out by MGM. Her contract ended in 1945 and she signed with RKO (on a non-exclusive basis)which was fortunate as it allowed her to illustrate her abilities as an actress in a much wider range of movie: "The Locket," "Tycoon," "My Dear Secretary," and this movie. The second correction is that this was not a "B" movie. It seems that a few reviewers confuse what they consider "B" content with how a movie is advertised/presented in its theater engagements; this was not a second feature. I also believe that RKO was every bit as proficient, stylish and accomplished in the movies they chose to make as was MGM. As for Robert Ryan, what can one say about this great actor that has not been said before.

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