Fog Over Frisco

1934, Crime/Drama, 1h 8m

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Arlene Bradford (Bette Davis) is a careless socialite playing criminal in San Francisco's underworld, along with her ineffectual fiancé (Lyle Talbot), and unaware of the consequences her actions can bring. When Arlene's naivety leads to her disappearance, her grounded sister, Val (Margaret Lindsay), takes it upon herself to investigate. In the process, Val joins up with reporter Tony Sterling (Donald Woods) and photojournalist Izzy Wright (Hugh Herbert) -- but her life is in danger now as well.

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  • Mar 31, 2016
    This one is a bit muddled, so should probably be skipped unless you're a true Bette Davis fan. Mercifully it's quite brisk, at 68 minutes, and there are some nice street shots in San Francisco. One scene that was a little surprising had journalists playing a game where one bends over, not looking, and one of a group of others spanks him, and he guesses who it was. Wow, really, was that a thing?
    Antonius B Super Reviewer
  • Jul 26, 2014
    Snappy, very fast moving crime drama would have benefited from better leads aside from Bette Davis who pulses with a hedonistic force towards a certain doom. Every second she's on the screen the movie is vibrant when she's off it's just okay.
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