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Great performances by Canada Lee and John Garfield.
It's a good thing I haven't given away my VHS tape or dumped my VCR, otherwise I'd never again see this movie in a facsimile of its intended presentation.
About the only light radiated in Charlie's life come from girlfriend Peg and his mother, both long-suffering forgivers.
John Garfield as Charley Davis and Lili Palmer, as Peg Born ignite the screen as two unlikely people who meet and fall in love. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Chris B
Every October, the American Film Institute and the Film Noir Foundation sponsor "Noir City DC", a festival of film noir at a large restored art deco theater. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Robin Friedman
Loved John Garfield since I was a child. His World WarII movies were excellent an many of them have been remade using today's acors.Published 14 months ago by E. Mullens
Definitely a well worth while movie to watch - thrills and chills, excitement, action, a flick that keeps you on your toes.Published 14 months ago by Homeboy Jose
So glad to get this on blu ray. I saw this movie many years ago and it is such a pleasure to see it again.John Garfield was such a talent and I never tire of his movies. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Michele Anderson
Except for that deeply moving scene in GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT when he violently reacts to an insulting drunkard, I believe BODY AND SOUL contains John Garfield's best acting... Read morePublished 17 months ago by R. D. Karam
Just Fabulous is this film which still holds up today!! John Garfield is outstanding as the rest of the cast!! Ann Revere is a stand out
as Garfield's Mother!!! Read more
... he, Charley (played by John Garfield and his blues) he, was from hunger, was from hunger like a lot of guys, guys from East America, working class guys with small town... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Alfred Johnson