Mystery, Crime Fiction
Stanley Rubin (screenplay), Edmund L. Hartmann (screenplay)
Burgess Meredith(Johnny Barnes),
Irene Hervey(Kitty Tracy),
Barry Fitzgerald(The Icky),
Raymond Walburn(Adm. Andy Tracy),
Robert Armstrong(Father Cameron),
Esther Ralston(Frances March)
The Age of Adaline,
Interview with the Vampire,
The Pursuit of Happyness
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The San Francisco Docks is a 1940 film directed by Arthur Lubin and starring Burgess Meredith, Barry Fitzgerald, and Irene Hervey.
When his sweetheart, barmaid Kitty Tracy, is annoyed by a customer, longshoreman Johnny Barnes slugs the guy. The man is later found dead. Johnny is tried for murder and convicted.
Kitty and a priest, Father Cameron, believe in Johnny's innocence and search for a way to exonerate him. They discover that Monte March, a prisoner who has escaped Alcatraz prison, is the real killer, being helped by wife Frances in fleeing from the law. March is apprehended and Johnny's set free.
ReferencesThe San Francisco Docks Wikipedia
The San Francisco Docks IMDb The San Francisco Docks themoviedb.org