Key Largo (1948)

A hurricane swells outside, but it's nothing compared to the storm within the hotel at Key Largo. There, sadistic mobster Johnny Rocco holes up - and holds at gunpoint hotel owner James Temple, his widowed daughter-in-law Nora, and ex-GI Frank McCloud.

Henry K Hurtin

Eddie G. Robinson was by far the best villian of the 40s. Really liked his performance.

Bogart was a cool cat anyway…

9 years ago

adrieorchids

Robinson did an excellent job. I do have an affinity for the villain in a film. Of course, Bogie was superb, as usual. Different seeing him "bite his tongue," but he played the part very well.

8 years ago

contrafugal

Yeah, the storm is pretty rough, but Humphrey Bogart'll kick your ass on a boat if you turn your back.

8 years ago

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