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We're No Angels (1955) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by Michael Curtiz and produced by Pat Duggan.

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24 Bogie Movie Marathon #24: We're No Angels

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Amelie Ducotel: I'd like to talk to you if can spare a few minutes.
Joseph: A man sentenced to life can always spare a few minutes.

Jules: That is a very handsome woman.

Amelie Ducotel: It's you?
Joseph: How could I be anybody else?

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We're No Angels marked the last time Humphrey Bogart worked with director Michael Curtiz.
"The "angels," or no angels, as personified by Humphrey Bogart, Aldo Ray and Peter Ustinov, represent a celestial bit of casting. Joan Bennett, Leo G. Carroll and young Gloria Talbott are ideal for the little family, and the villainy sits authoritatively on Basil Rathbone and John Baer."

-- New York Times Review for We're No Angels, Published July 8, 1955
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