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All Through The Night (1942)

The Blonde at the Film

via: http://www.doctormacro.com/Movie%20Summaries/A/All%20Through%20the%20Night.htm Unless otherwise noted, all images are my own. via: http://www.doctormacro.com/Movie%20curriesummaries/A /All%20Through%20the%20Night.htm Unless otherwise noted, all images are my own.

If you’ve been searching for a comic-thriller about a bunch of New York wise guys taking down a Nazi sleeper cell, get excited! All Through The Night is that film. As an added bonus, it stars a collection of actors who would go on to make a much more famous WWII drama, Casablanca (1943).

All Through The Night is an odd combination of slapstick comedy and serious anti-Nazi film, with more than a hint of propaganda aimed at raising awareness of the Nazi threat and combating isolationist policies. It was in production in August through October 1941, crucially before Pearl Harbor was attacked on December 7. The film was released in January 1942, but its pre-Pearl Harbor attitude is very evident.

It’s strange to watch it today–we know what is coming but the movie doesn’t, so its strident warnings…

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2 comments on “All Through The Night (1942)

  1. BlondeAtTheFilm
    09/21/2015

    Thanks for reblogging!

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