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‘Woman on the run’ is a light, fun reminder of the power of marriage

11 April 2014 12:00 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Woman on the Run

Written by Alan Campbell and Norman Foster

Directed by Norman Foster

U.S.A., 1950

It is a quaint evening as Frank Johnson (Ross Elliot) walks his dog in a San Francisco park. None too far away arrives a car with two occupants, one whose face seen and another the driver’s whose face is concealed from the viewer. The driver suddenly shoots and murders his companion and, upon noticing Frank’s presence, takes fire at the passerby before leaving the premise. Having taken refuge from the bullets, Frank security is short lived, as the police explain later on that the departed was none other but a key witness in a ongoing trial against a major local gangster. Frank is now an eyewitness to a murder and the new target of those who wish to see the infamous mobster walk away free. Perturbed by his predicament, the man flees the police, »

- Edgar Chaput

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