Out of the Fog (Warner 1941, John Garfield, Ida Lupino)

Out of the Fog

In Out of the Fog John Garfield, a Brooklyn hood, puts the pressure on two Brooklyn fishermen (Thomas Mitchell and John Qualen) for a slice of their profits.

Handing over their savings, and all possibilities of buying a new boat, the bitter fishermen plot the thug’s death. Complications arise as Mitchell’s daughter, Ida Lupino, falls in love with Garfield. The murder attempt is botched, but the sea claims the rightful victim.

The source for Out of the Fog is a play, The Gentle People, by esteemed novelist Irwin Shaw.

Cast: John Garfield, Ida Lupino, Aline MacMahon, Thomas Mitchell, John Qualen, George Tobias

Director: Anatole Litvak
Producers: Henry Blanke, Hal B. Wallis
Original Story: Irwin Shaw
Director of Photography: James Wong Howe
Editor: Warren Low
Composer: Leo F. Forbstein
Screenwriters: Richard Macaulay, Robert Rossen, Jerry Wald
Production Designer: Carl Jules Weyl

USA / Warner Bros / 93 minutes / 1941 black and white

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