All through the Night (1941) DVD (Region 0)
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A terrific, colorful cast of characters portray Broadway gamblers and Irish-American gangsters facing off against a Nazi spy ring in WWII New York City. A fast-moving story, a lot of great dialogue, and a glimpse of familiar faces like Phil Silvers and Jackie Gleason in their salad days. Cast also includes wonderful Warner regulars like Peter Lorre and Conrad Veidt. This action-comedy holds up now far better than a number of his better-known pictures. Special features include: A commentary by director Vincent Sherman and Bogart biographer Eric Lax. Warner Night at the Movies 1942 Short Subjects Gallery: vintage newsreel, Joe Doakes comedy short So You Want to Give Up Smoking, classic cartoon Lights Fantastic A new featurette "Call the Usual Subjects: The Craft of the Character Actor"
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