To Have and Have Not 1944

France has fallen and Harry Morgan is earning his living on the island of Martinique by renting out his cabin cruiser. He turns down an offer to work for the French underground preferring to remain neutral, but when he is brought face to face with the true nature of the Vichy police, he begins to question his own attitude of cynical and tough detachment.

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Articles on To Have and Have Not
Classic Scene, To Have and Have Not, in: Empire, nr. 238 (April), 2009 pp. 194
Title:Classic Scene, To Have and Have Not
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Related film: To Have and Have Not (1944)

To Have and Have Not
United States 1944

Directed by

Walter Szurovy
Walter Sande
Oscar Loraine
Ron Randell


Running time:100 minutes
Country:United States

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