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‘Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye’ has a cunning, scheming Cagney rip institutions and lives apart

21 February 2014 12:00 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye

Written by Harry Brown

Directed by Gordon Douglas

USA, 1950

Seven people stand on trial for murder in a court of law, but one man is missing, a convict named Ralph Cotter (James Cagney). Had he lived to see his day in court, he would have paid the highest price for his crimes. After a few minutes in which the prosecutor woos the jury with proclamations regarding justice and enemies of the public, the film fades back to tell the full tale, beginning with how Ralph, career crook, escaped prison with help from the inside from a corrupt guard, an escape which costs the lives of two guards and a fellow convict whose sister Holiday (Barbara Payton) partook in the escape plan as well, even shooting one of the prison employees. A free man (of sorts), Ralph temporarily settles in with Holiday and partner Joe ‘Jinx’ Raynor (Steve Brodie »

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