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Dangerously They Live

This meller treats with Nazi spies and Bundsmen in the United States. Scripter Marion Parsonnet, although turning in a workmanlike job on the dialog, is certainly not hep to hospital routine or the methods of neurologists. She makes the treatment of a brain injury resulting in amnesia look so simple as to also look silly.

With:
John Garfield Nancy Coleman Raymond Massey Lee Patrick Esther Dale Moroni Olsen

This meller treats with Nazi spies and Bundsmen in the United States. Scripter Marion Parsonnet, although turning in a workmanlike job on the dialog, is certainly not hep to hospital routine or the methods of neurologists. She makes the treatment of a brain injury resulting in amnesia look so simple as to also look silly.

The story starts excitingly when Nancy Coleman, a British Intelligence operative, is kidnapped by German spies while en route to Grand Central Station in NY with vital shipping i hospital by ambulance-doctor John Garfield.

Garfield looks and acts least impressive when playing a man in white. Later he gets over with his usual expert acting. Coleman is pretty and a fine little actress. She has the most difficult histrionic part and acquits herself all the way.

Dangerously They Live

Production: Warner. Director Robert Florey; Producer Ben Stoloff; Screenplay Marion Parsonnet; Camera L. William O'Connell; Editor Harold McLernon

Crew: (B&W) Extract of a review from 1942. Running time: 77 MIN.

With: John Garfield Nancy Coleman Raymond Massey Lee Patrick Esther Dale Moroni Olsen

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