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Gangway for Tomorrow (1943)

 |  Drama  |  3 November 1943 (USA)
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On the way to work, five defence workers contemplate their pasts and their own reasons for working.

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Lisette Rene
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Mr. Wellington
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Joe Dunham
Amelita Ward ...
Mary Jones, Miss America
William Terry ...
Bob Nolan
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Fred Taylor
James Bell ...
Tom Burke
Charles Arnt ...
Jim Benson
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Swallow
Wally Brown ...
Sam
Erford Gage ...
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Col. Mueller
Warren Hymer ...
Pete
Michael St. Angel ...
Jim Johnson - Mechanic
Don Dillaway ...
Frank Danielson - Mechanic
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On the way to work, five defence workers contemplate their pasts and their own reasons for working.

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Sensational Drama That X-rays the Secret Hearts of 5 "Ordinary" Men and Women!

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3 November 1943 (USA)  »

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(Turner library print)

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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17 June 2011 | by See all my reviews

propaganda portmanteau movie: several persons ,aboard a car ,tell their tales .

The first is an improbable story of French resistance (but there is some excuse,for the screenwriters could not really know what happened across the ocean)with "la Marseillaise " galore .

Highly talented Robert Ryan is wasted in another improbable story of car race and Air Force pilots .

Other segments include "Miss America" and her unfortunate fiancé and a spooky story of death row.

The last episode puts the record straight :it's full of finer feelings and looks like a Frank Capra's finale but ,out of context, it is rather ponderous and doctrinaire :after all ,a tramp is par excellence an outcast,thrown out of the society-in the segment,it's his own will,but it is a very particular case- so why complain if the old man's remarks on the international situation do not concern him?Frank Capra probably would have found a way to make this moral convincing


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