Woman on the Run (November 29, 1950)
Released on November 29, 1950: (running time 77 minutes) Eleanor is a woman on the run, chasing her husband on the run, trying to escape the bullets of a killer who is after them both.
Produced by Howard Welsch
Directed by Norman Foster
Written by Alan Campbell and Norman Foster from a story by Sylvia Tate
The Actors: Ann Sheridan (Eleanor Johnson), Dennis O'Keefe (Dannyboy Leggett, newspaper reporter for the Graphic), Robert Keith (Inspector Martin Ferris), Ross Elliott (Frank Johnson), Frank Jenks (Detective Homer Shaw), John Qualen (Mailbus), J. Farrell MacDonald (Sea Captain on the beach), Joan Shawlee (the blonde), Steven Geray (Dr. Arthur Hohler), Reiko Sato (Susie, Sammy's dance partner), Victor Sen Yung (Sammy Chung), Jane Liddell (the police woman following Eleanor), Tom Dillon (Joe 'Bug' Gordon), Mike Donovan (Irish cop), Franklyn Farnum (the coroner), Milton Kibbee (man yelling from the apartment house), Syd Saylor (owner of Sullivan's Grotto), William J. O'Brien (waiter at Sullivan's Grotto), Lee Roberts (cop), Jeffrey Sayre (police detective), Sammee Tong (witness to Suzie's fall), Ray Walker (the piano player), Eddy Waller (the storekeeper), Stephen Carruthers (man she kisses on the street), Frank Baker (morgue attendant)
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No Wonder So Many Men are Bachelors . . .
So, a gangster is ready to go to court in San Francisco, and there is one man who will spill the beans and make sure that the gangster goes behind bars for the rest of his life. Our adventure begins on a dark San Francisco night and Frank is walking the dog. When a car pulls to a stop near him, Frank turns to watch. Frank watches as a man pleads for his life, telling Dannyboy that he should not kill him, but Dannyboy shoots the man, dumps him out of the car and shoots him again.
Then the killer called Dannyboy looks up and sees Frank walking his dog. Dannyboy fires two bullets at Frank but misses as the car speeds away. Now Frank is a witness to the murder of a key crime witness, . . . . his life is next to worthless and he knows it. Frank fades away into the night and the police have no idea how to find him. The police figure that if anyone can find their new key witness it will be his loving wife Eleanor, played by Ann Sheridan.
Eleanor is no dummy, and while she is anxious to find her artist husband, she doesn’t want the police to follow her and grab him. The police tried to protect the first witness and he wound up dead in the street, and the same thing will happen to Frank if he turns himself in to the police.
Eleanor must find Frank on her own, without the police knowing. Eleanor is a hard-boiled lady, and she will find her Frank. Fortunately, there is a nosey newspaper reporter who befriends Eleanor and promises to help her find her missing husband. Unfortunately, the reporter’s name is Legget, . . . . Dannyboy Legget. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
John Qualen and Ann Sheridan
Ann Sheridan and Robert Keith
Robert Keith and Ann Sheridan
Victor Sen Yung
Victor Sen Yung