Moontide

Moontide

Synopsis

Made while Gabin was in exile in Hollywood, Moontide is a fascinating attempt at Americanising his image, which The New York Times summed up as "Charles Boyer from the other side of the railroad tracks." He plays Bobo, a rough "Frenchie" with a heart of gold (and startling blonde hair) who lives in California. Although he felt uneasy speaking English, Gabin gives a touching performance, with strong support from Lupino.

Technical Specs

Director: Archie Mayo | Fritz Lang
Year: 1942
Country: USA
Language: English
Duration: 96 min
Colour: B/W