Moontide (1942)

Forced to flee Paris during the Occupation, the great French leading man Jean Gabin starred in a brace of Hollywood films, the best of which was the first, 20th Century-Fox's Moontide. Cast to type, Gabin plays Bobo, a brooding… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 1, 1942
DVD Release Date: September 2, 2008
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Dennis Schwartz
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Mushy Hollywood romantic drama posing as film noir.

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Kevin M. Williams
Feeling like a little slice of real life, a gypsy dockworker saves a suicidal prostitute, and then they save each other. There's some other pepper thrown… More
jay nixon
Noirish wharf side drama with an excellent cast. Beautiful mood photography.
Randy Tippy
An engrossing little slice of dockside drama that is (unfortunately) more of a reflection of the Hayes Code than it is of the original source material.
Michael Gildea
Moontide is a little ensemble movie that tries really hard to be film noir and really, really pretends but doesn't quite get the job done. Jean Gabin plays… More