Blood Alley

1955, Adventure, 1h 55m

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Chinese villagers free a merchant marine captain (John Wayne) from the communists to take them to Hong Kong in a stern-wheeler.

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  • Aug 06, 2010
    A really cool movie and John Wayne doing what he does best, killing commies and seducing Lauren Bacall. The on location look to it really sells it though, it doesn't feel like just a generic studio movie, it looks like they're in China. It's interesting that John Wayne co-directed this at such an early time to, it's a great job for a first movie or a seasoned director. All around it's just a fun semi-war movie with some interesting early views on communism.
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  • Dec 16, 2007
    Enjoyable action-packed and escapism with John Wayne, Lauren Bacall and assorted Chinese escaping down river to Hong Kong.
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