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We're No Angels


Overview - Three escapees from Devil's Island hide out with the family of a kindly French storekeeper. This amusing film features Bogart in a rare comedy role.  Read more...

 

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Overview

Three escapees from Devil's Island hide out with the family of a kindly French storekeeper. This amusing film features Bogart in a rare comedy role.

Cast List

Leo G. Carroll - British Actor/"Mr. Waverly"
Gloria Talbott - American Teenage Actress
Michael Curtiz - Director, CASABLANCA (1942)
Mihaly Kertesz - Director, CASABLANCA (1942)
Michael Kertesz - Director, CASABLANCA (1942)
Michael Courtice - Director, CASABLANCA (1942)
John Baer - Score Composer
Joan Bennett - American actress
Pat Duggan - Producer - We're No Angels
Peter Ustinov - Actor/Director/Screenwriter, SPARTACUS (1960)
Sir Peter Ustinov - Actor/Director/Screenwriter, SPARTACUS (1960)
Aldo Ray - American Actor
Ranald MacDougall - Screenwriter/Director/Prod.
Loyal Griggs - American Director of Photography
Hal Pereira - Production Designer
Humphrey Bogart - Oscar winning american actor, CASABLANCA, THE AFRICAN QUEEN
Humphrey DeForest Bogart - Oscar winning american actor, CASABLANCA, THE AFRICAN QUEEN
Basil Rathbone - British Actor
Philip St. John Basil Rathbone - British Actor
Frederick Hollander
Arthur P. Schmidt - Editor, mid '30s-early '60s, father of Arthur Schmidt
Arthur Schmidt - Editor, mid '30s-early '60s, father of Arthur Schmidt

 
Details
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 883929304530
  • Rating: Not Rated

Related Categories:
Movies > Comedies

Related Keywords:
Buddies
Family Interaction
Switching Roles
Vintage
Clergy
Theatrical Release
Essential Cinema

 
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Synopsis:
In an adaptation of the Broadway comedy, after escaping from Devil's Island, three prisoners end up taking refuge with a French shopkeeper's family after originally attempting to rob them.

Notes:
Shot in Technicolor and VistaVision. Song "Ma France Bien-Aimee" written by Roger Wagner and G. Martini.

 
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