For You I Die (1947)
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Decent b-movie, but the drama is melodramatic than tense, and this undermines the main character's story as he becomes entangled with the women of the tourist camp as opposed to focusing on his destination now that he has escaped from jail, however unwilling he was to leave in the first place.
The title alone is WAY overstated, an exaggeration of the plot. Our lead male actor DOES say this in the film. But this involving story is still worthy of watching and touching as well. [img]http://images.moviepostershop.com/for-you-i-die-movie-poster-1947-1000418196.jpg[/img] "A young convict,Johnny Coulter, serving as a trusty and with only a year remaining on his sentence, is forced to participate in a prison break by one of the hardened criminals. They separate after the break but circumstances bring them together again. Johnny and a waitress, Hope Novak, fall in love and, together, they help the law recapture the escapee and his henchmen."---- Written by Les Adams See it all at: http://www.archive.org/details/ForYouIDie Cast overview: Cathy Downs ... Hope Novak Paul Langton ... Johnny Coulter Mischa Auer ... Alec Shaw Roman Bohnen ... Smitty Jane Weeks ... Georgie Marian Kerby ... Maggie Dillon Rory Mallinson ... Mac Charles Waldron Jr. ... Jerry Don C. Harvey ... Gruber (as Don Harvey) Director: John Reinhardt Writer: Robert Presnell Sr. (original screenplay)
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