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Humphrey Bogart had most of his great roles already behind him by 1949.
He has to sort this all out and deal with his emotions, especially after he discovers the little girl is his own daughter.
I like everything Bogart did, I wish he were coming out with more movies now because most new movies stink!
This movie, for me, is more personal than anything else. I was stationed in Japan for approximately 4 years, spoke Japanese BEFORE I got there, though I greatly improved, more-'N-... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Terry Robinson
Anyone else see the vague similarities of Tokyo Joe to Casablanca.
1 Bogart is an expatriate American
2 He owns a club
3 The movie has a love triangle
4... Read more
I had not seen this one before. My wife saw it on cable TV recently and DVR'd it.
It tells the story of a seedy ex-pat (Joe - played by Bogart) who lived in Tokyo before... Read more
The movie is okay, not one of Bogie's best. However, if you love Humphrey Bogart like I do, you will probably enjoy it.Published 20 months ago by J. J. Principato
I like everything Bogart did, I wish he were coming out with more movies now because most new movies stink! Another great one, lesser known, is All through the Night. Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by Mabes
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TOKYO JOE (1949) may not be one of Humphrey Bogart's classic films, but it is certainly an entertaining thriller that features Bogie playing the kind of hard-boiled character that... Read morePublished on October 8, 2008 by Michael B. Druxman