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The Breaking Point (1950): Updating Hemingway and Hawks

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Jul 1, 2019

Michael Curtiz, to all those who revere him, has far more than Casablanca (1942) on his resume. It’s stacked with classics including The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), Mildred Pierce (1945), White Christmas (1954) and even a less-heralded picture like The Breaking Point. Those familiar with read more

JOHN GARFIELD: THE ORIGINAL REBEL BLOGATHON, The Breaking Point (1950)

Caftan Woman Posted by on Mar 3, 2017

Phyllis Loves Classic Movies is hosting John Garfield: The Original Rebel blogathon running from March 3 - 5. HERE is where you'll find all the tributes to the actor. "You know how it is early in the morning on the water? Everything is quiet except for the sea gulls a long way off and you feel gre read more

JOHN GARFIELD: THE ORIGINAL REBEL BLOGATHON, The Breaking Point (1950)

Caftan Woman Posted by Caftan Woman on Mar 3, 2017

Phyllis Loves Classic Movies is hosting John Garfield: The Original Rebel blogathon running from March 3 - 5. HERE is where you'll find all the tributes to the actor. "You know how it is early in the morning on the water? Everything is quiet except for the sea gulls a long way off and you feel gre read more

A Showcase for Garfield, Neal, and Hernandez: The Breaking Point (1950)

Cary Grant Won't Eat You Posted by Judy on Jan 7, 2015

The Breaking Point is tense from its first scene, with fishing boat captain Harry (John Garfield) arriving on dock to find that his credit is no longer good enough for the gas he needs for his next trip. Money troubles mean he can’t feed his wife and kids, can’t pay his partner, Wesley (Juano Herna read more

The Breaking Point (1950)

Flickers in Time Posted by Beatrice on Jul 10, 2014

The Breaking Point Directed by Michael Curtiz Written by Ranald MacDougall from the novel To Have and Have Not by Ernest Hemingway 1950/USA Warner Bros. First viewing/Warner Archives DVD   Leona Charles: Coincidentally I’ve been thinking of letting mine grow out. Speaking of coincidences, read more