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(1941)
Movie High Sierra
Raoul Walsh directed this movie in 1941
Title High Sierra
Year 1941
Director Raoul Walsh
Genre Drama, Crime, Film-Noir, Thriller, Adventure
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Plot – Roy, a famous robber, is sentenced to a long imprisonment but he's soon granted a pardon and he's released. His gang wants to celebrate his return home, organizing a memorable hit: cracking the safe of a luxury mountain hotel. Roy begins to work together with two young novices and Mary immediately falls in love with the charismatic leader, but Roy cannot reciprocate her because he's in love with another girl who's ill and has no idea where the money that finances her cares comes from. The robbery is successful, but during the escape Roy kills two of his pursuers and loses two employees. Escaped to the police, Roy visits his beloved girl, but she introduces him her boyfriend and for the bandit is a shock. While he hides from the police, the man comforts himself thanks to Mary, but they have to separate soon when the police finally finds him.
All actors – Ida Lupino, Humphrey Bogart, Alan Curtis, Arthur Kennedy, Joan Leslie, Henry Hull, Henry Travers, Jerome Cowan, Minna Gombell, Barton MacLane, Elisabeth Risdon, Cornel Wilde
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