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Woman on the Run

Woman on the Run
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Jeanette

Not quite dark enough to be considered true noir, but very enjoyable. San Francisco was such a great city back then.

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Alan

Fun, snappy noir. Great vintage SF vibe.

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Mark

What a discovery! It's a top rate B Noir with amazing acting, locations, story, and dialogue. I see the Welles' influence from THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI (1947). Thank goodness it was saved!

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B

Really enjoyed the movie!

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Stuart

Very intelligent exciting thriller with lots of plot twists. Great Film.

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3281Anonymous

Tourist trip through old San Francisco. Beautiful shots of all the famous landmarks.

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Irene

This is an interesting noir- the central lead is a woman who isn't a femme fatale leading an innocent man to his doom
Also the photography is superb!

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Lynn

Love old movies and always love movies that take place in California. Never had the opportunity to see the amusement park in SF. Hard to believe the police had nothing else to do. Thanks!

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Judith

Good

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Matthew

While I don't think this is as strong a noir as others I've seen (particularly works of Billy Wilder), I still found this to be a really solid and entertaining film. The fact that this film was almost completely lost is crazy and makes me appreciate being able to watch it today. The ...Read more

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Nenad

Stunning movie. I watched this some 30 years ago and it is still as fresh now. Glad to see it was restored. The dialogue is full of come-backs and the story is intriguing.

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narianne

A really enjoyable film! Snappy dialogue, lots of suspense, great scenery and exciting climactic roller coaster ride. Interesting seeing the SAnFrancisco of half a century ago.

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Stuart

Yes, this was a great historical snapshot of downtown San Francisco from the 1950s!

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Allie

Ann Sheridan's dialogue is so funny, great actress.

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Shay

Captivating character development and great story line will have you on the edge until the very end. To think that this film was almost lost to the world in a studio fire makes me glad to have had the opportunity to watch it.

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Nuria

Wonderful film and performances. Beautiful portrait of 1950s San Francisco. The final scenes with the heroine riding a roller coaster are particularly thrilling!

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