Fishing boat captain Harry Morgan charters his boat. Due to strained finances, he is none too careful as to whom he does business with. Real trouble erupts when Harry hires out his boat to transport four men who turn out to be criminals on the lam from a racetrack heist.
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A guy who had nothing to sell but guts!
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Identified by critic Thom Andersen as an example of "film gris", a suggested sub-category of film noir incorporating a left-wing narrative. See more
When Harry goes to look at the plaques and pictures on the wall, the positions of some change between the longer shot and the close-up where he straightens the picture of the PT boat - most noticeably the plaque with his medal ribbons. See more
Load in lots of coffee. And tomatoes, you know how much I love tomatoes.
No tomatoes. They're bad for you.
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Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
Music by Sam H. Stept
Lyrics by Sidney Clare
Sung by Patricia Neal
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