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Across the Pacific (1942) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by John Huston and Vincent Sherman and produced by Jerry Wald.

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Lady Esther and the Screen Guild Players – Across the Pacific – 1943

By Bogart Fan on Mar 13, 2014 From The Bogie Film Blog

My Review —Drastically Abridged, but It Works!—? Honorary Bogie Fix: ?out of 5 Radio Bogies! The Lowdown For my synopsis of the storyline from?Across the Pacific, you can read my original write up on the film here. What I Thought I know that I probably don?t need to say this, but you sho... Read full article

Across the Pacific – 1942

By Bogart Fan on Mar 9, 2014 From The Bogie Film Blog

My Review —As Good as an Action Thriller Can Get— Your Bogie Film Fix: out of 5 Bogies! Director: John Huston (Vincent Sherman finished the film, uncredited, after Huston was called off to film war documentaries.) The Lowdown After being kicked out of the military for stealing funds, ... Read full article

24 Bogie Movie Marathon #12: Across the Pacific (1942)

By Google profile on Nov 18, 2010 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog

About MeBlogger, Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog and more. Please add my Google profile to your circles. (from Film Noir Photos) What an excruciatingly boring film. I could not get into it no matter how hard I tried. The story was convoluted, the characters were not interesting and I quickly ... Read full article

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Rick Leland: When you're slapped, you're gonna take it and like it.

Alberta Marlow: I'm not so obsessed with money as you seem to be. I can do without it.
Rick Leland: You stick around with me and you'll get plenty of practice.

Rick Leland: How can you come from Medicine Hat?
Alberta Marlow: There's nothing wrong with Medicine Hat! It's hot in the summer, cold in the winter and nothing ever happens there!

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As the passengers debark in New York, there is a prominent shot of the Great White Fleet's head house. This was a real shipping company. It was, and is, the popular name of the United Fruit Company's shipping line. The title "Great White Fleet" in fact derived from the name given the United States Navy's main battle fleet which circumnavigated the globe in 1907-08. Painted white, the battle fleet must have been an impressive sight. The United Fruit Company's fleet was also painted white in order to help reflect the intense heat whilst operating in the tropics.
Director Vincent Sherman met with John Huston just before Huston left the project to join the Army Signal Corps and shoot documentaries for the war effort. The two directors conferred just before they were about to shoot the scene in which Leland is trapped in the movie theatre and three assassins are trying to kill him. "How does he get out?" Sherman asked. Huston replied, "That's your problem! I'm off to the war!"
"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on January 25, 1943 with Mary Astor, Humphrey Bogart and Sydney Greenstreet reprising their film roles.
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