Out of the Fog (Warner Bros.) (1941)

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our ADVERTISING Angle if All He's Gort to do Is Look at Me... All I know is that when he talks I feel that I’m lost! ... And when we go past a cop, I know some day that same cop might shoot him and he knows it, too! I get hot and cold and I feel like yelling...” drama ona fog-swept waterfront! \Wat// A Warner Bros.-First National Picture * Screen Play by Robert Rossen, Jerry Wald and Richard Macaulay \ From the Play ''The Gentle People'’ by Irwin Shaw Mat 301—I0!/%4 inches x 3 columns (435 lines) —45c