Tomorrow Is Another Day (1951)

  |  Crime, Drama, Film-Noir


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An ex-convict and a woman fall in love, after she shoots her police Lt. boyfriend dead in self defense, and falsely leads him to believe that he did the shooting.


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  • Steve Cochran and Ruth Roman in Tomorrow Is Another Day (1951)
  • Steve Cochran and Ruth Roman in Tomorrow Is Another Day (1951)
  • Robert Hyatt and Lurene Tuttle in Tomorrow Is Another Day (1951)
  • Ruth Roman in Tomorrow Is Another Day (1951)
  • Steve Cochran and Robert Hyatt in Tomorrow Is Another Day (1951)
  • Steve Cochran and Ruth Roman in Tomorrow Is Another Day (1951)

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11 February 2001 | JohnSeal
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| Daring for its time
I can't think of any other film from the pre-Moon Is Blue period that deals with so many tough social issues (without, of course, QUITE breeching the Production Code): prostitution, rape, pimping, and even premarital sex. Steve Cochran is excellent as a brooding ex-con on the run from a crime he didn't commit. Outstanding atmosphere, photography, and screenplay. Even the scenes in the lettuce fields are outstanding!

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