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Step by Step (1946)

 -  Drama | Crime | Mystery  -  23 August 1946 (USA)
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Johnny, an ex-Marine, and Evelyn, a chance acquaintance, find themselves caught up in a plot involving Nazi spies in California.

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Johnny Christopher
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Evelyn Smith
Lowell Gilmore ...
Von Dorn
Jason Robards Sr. ...
Bruckner (as Jason Robards)
Myrna Dell ...
Gretchen
George Cleveland ...
Captain Caleb Simpson
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Johnny, an ex-Marine, and Evelyn, a chance acquaintance, find themselves caught up in a plot involving Nazi spies in California.

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Two fisted action aplenty
19 January 2003 | by (Oakland CA) – See all my reviews

Step By Step plays like a feature version of an old time serial. Jam-packed with fist fights, auto chases, Nazi spies (still causing trouble in the pre-Cold War year of 1946), comedy, a little romance, and lots more, Step By Step also features an attractive lead couple in Lawrence Tierney and Anne Jeffreys. Director Phil Rosen's bread and butter was short and sweet Poverty Row programmers, and this is one of his best. Great fun on a low, low budget.


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