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Joe Barrett returns to Tokyo after World War II where he once owned a bar, Tokyo Joe's, and deserted his wife Trina. They have a seven-year-old daughter. Kimura forces Joe into piloting war criminals by revealing that during the war Trina made treasonous propaganda broadcasts. Written by
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This was the first movie allowed to film in post-war Japan. See more »
After the judo scene with Joe and Ito; and while they are standing around talking about the old days, singing starts. Joe runs up stairs to find the girl he thought dead, and he finds a record playing. He searches around the upstairs room and finely finds the record player playing; but who starts the record player? Record players needed someone to turn them on; there were no timers in those days. See more »
Joseph 'Joe' Barrett:
Hey, whatever became of the rattrap hotel that used to be next door?
The B-29's converted it into a parking lot.
Joseph 'Joe' Barrett:
Well, it's lucky they stopped when they did, or all Tokyo'd be a parking lot. Next time it'll be the whole world and nothing left to park
Come upstairs, Joe. They don't understand a word of English - unless they listen.
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Bogart is a former nightclub owner who returns to postwar Japan to pick up his life with a wife (Florence Marly) he had deserted, only to find that she had remarried and was the mother of his seven-year-old daughter
In the ensuing complications, Bogart is placed in a position where he must smuggle some Japanese war criminals back into Japan or his daughter will be killed
Bogart is much less convincing than in his "Across the Pacific" days, where he was also required to deal with villainous Japanese
For an actor who had belabored the point that he had been forced to do too many bad films because he had no control over the properties, it is disappointing to see him making extremely bad films now that he did have full control...
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