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High Sierra
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High Sierra 1941


With exception of WHITE HEAT, this was the movie gangster's last stand. Bogart plays a graying criminal who's had it, and is in pursuit of one last caper in a changing world. He hooks up with Kennedy, Curtis, and informer Wilde to pull of the job, and becomes sympathetic to the plight of Curtis's moll Lupino, while also obsessing about young Leslie, a lame girl.

Release Date:January 25th, 1941
Running Time:100 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsRaoul Walsh
Written By:
No image existsJohn Huston
No image existsW.R. Burnett
Starring:
No image existsIda Lupino
Humphrey BogartHumphrey Bogart
No image existsAlan Curtis
No image existsArthur Kennedy
No image existsJoan Leslie
No image existsHenry Hull
No image existsHenry Travers
No image existsJerome Cowan
No image existsMinna Gombell
No image existsBarton MacLane
No image existsElisabeth Risdon
No image existsCornel Wilde
No image existsDonald MacBride
No image existsPaul Harvey
No image existsIsabel Jewell
No image existsWillie Best

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High Sierra Movie Review by Movie Addict (3/7/2008)

And get out he did. Sprung by a crooked Governor, Roy Earle (Humphrey Bogart) is out to do one more job.

What really caught my eye, however, was the fact that he went to the park first, and was watching stars, and was amazed at the mountains. A clue to those not in the know, that jail is the worst place to be.

Bogey also...

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