Woman on the Run (1950)
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as Eleanor Johnson
as Danny Leggett
as Inspector Ferris
as Frank Johnson
as Detective Shaw
as Joe Gordon
as Joe Gordon
as Sea Captain
as Dr. Hohler
Critic Reviews for Woman on the Run
The picture's attempt to dovetail its marital problem with its manhunt makes for a promising story skeleton; unfortunately, it has been fleshed out with a minimum of imagination.
Woman on the Run will not win prizes but it does make crime enjoyable.
Woman on the Run was shot on location in San Francisco, and the city is smartly utilized.
Audience Reviews for Woman on the Run
Wonderfully tough little known noir with a terrifically tense climax.
great poster, great film, great role for ann sheridan as a tough talking dame with a well hidden heart of gold. this is a really underseen noir and it's on internet archive
A great Black & White Suspense Film, I came upon it because its on a list of Ross Elliott Films, He doesn't play a big part, but the actors that do are great. Ann Sheridan is a doll. Her Husband is out walking the dog when he sees a Murder, but he goes into hiding because he knows the killer, and the killer is after him. The killer poses as a newspaper man who teams up with Ann to track down her husband, unknowing to Ann. Ann doesn?t like her husband much until she starts searching for him and finds out he truly loves her. Everything a Black & White Movie Should Be, 4 Stars and added to the collection. Should you rent it or Buy it, You better do one or the other you will not be sorry.
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