Saturday Afternoon at the Movies: Tomorrow We Live (1942)

Please note: I pulled the previous movie posting, because, quite frankly, I didn’t like it. This one is much, much better.

A 1942 film directed by Edgar G. Ulmer, starring Jean Parker and Ricardo Cortez.

His hobby was collecting women… and he called himself the Ghost… the guy they couldn’t kill
Julie Bronson (Jean Parker), whose father, “Pop” Bronson (Emmett Lynn) operates a desert café, is attracting the unwanted attention of a half-crazed gangster known as The Ghost (Ricardo Cortez).

Director:
Edgar G. Ulmer

Writer:
Bart Lytton (original story)

Stars:
Ricardo Cortez, Jean Parker, Emmett Lynn

(Via MrFilmschatten YouTube Page)

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The American Patriot

Short Bio: I started blogging about politics in 2006, as a populist, skeptical left of center type, with a blog called simply, "The Populist." In 2007, that blog was hacked by some nasty, evil neoconservatives who sought to silence me. During the 2008 election cycle, around the middle of 2007, I began to see that I really did not fit within those circles and after my blog was hacked; I created a blog called "Political Byline" and I kept writing; first as a Centrist and then as a Paleoconservative. For my long bio, see the "About Me" section on this blog.

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