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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A terrific predecessor to "The Fugitive"

    I borrowed this movie from the library for a fun evening with the family. It did not disappoint! In this memorable adventure story, Robert Cummings portrays a decent, ordinary guy who is falsely accused of murdering his best friend in an aircraft factory explosion during World War II. After escaping from the police, Cummings tracks down the villains to prove his innocence and expose the true enemies to his country. Along the way, he receives help from Priscilla Lane, a likeable [not to mention gorgeous!] girl who at first doubts him, but eventually realizes he is telling the truth. Even the minor characters are memorable, especially the kindhearted troupe of circus freaks. Although the climax is just and fulfilling, the reason I gave it four stars instead of five is that the ending is rather abrupt. We would liked to have seen more closure. Still, it's definitely worth watching, and the characters stick with you after the credits fade. I like Robert Cummings a lot. I’ve seen him in a few romantic comedies before, but I think he did just as well playing this desperate but good hearted man who stands up for himself and his country. Truthfully, I haven’t seen many Alfred Hitchcock movies, but must say that I’ve heard this is one of his milder ones. While it was suspenseful, it wasn’t scary and most likely won’t give the kids bad dreams. They should make more patriotic adventure stories like this today!

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