They Met in Bombay (1941) - Rotten Tomatoes

They Met in Bombay (1941)

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After successfully stealing a diamond necklace belonging to a duchess, two thieves flee to Hong Kong and end up getting involved with military goings-on with Japan. After numerous complications and altercations, they finally give up life on the run--between falling in love, 'fessing up and getting married--to become upright citizens. Jane Russell and Clark Gable star in this comedy-romance-actioner with appearances from Alan Ladd and Peter Lorre.

Cast

Clark Gable
as Gerald Meldrick
Rosalind Russell
as Anya Von Duren
Peter Lorre
as Capt. Chang
Jessie Ralph
as Duchess of Beltravers
Matthew Boulton
as Inspector Cressney
Leslie Vincent
as Lt. Ashley
Eduardo Ciannelli
as Hotel Manager
Rosina Galli
as Carmencita
Luis Alberni
as Maitre d'hotel
Nanette Vallon
as Beauty Operator
Lilyan Irene
as Duchess' Maid
James B. Leong
as Third Mate
Duke Chan
as Radio Operator
Chester Gan
as Woo Ling Woo
Eric Lonsdale
as Sergeant
David Clyde
as Sergeant
David Thursby
as Sergeant
Keye Luke
as Mr. Toy
Roland Got
as Young Foo Sing
Lee Tung Foo
as Elder Foo Sing
Harry Cording
as Corporal
Philip Ahn
as Japanese Officer
Richard Loo
as Japanese Officer
Alan Ladd
as British Soldier
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Critic Reviews for They Met in Bombay

All Critics (2)

A quintessential Gable star vehicle, this escapist fare is mildly entertaining due to the acting, with Rosalind Russell as the King's equal-rival.

August 13, 2012 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

It tickles the bones even though the plot is slight and the story line is farfetched and hardly believable.

August 12, 2007 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

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