Sentenced to life in San Quentin for the alleged murder of his wife, Vince Parry escapes in a desperate attempt to prove his innocence. A fugitive from justice, in the depths of despair, he finds refuge with a beautiful woman as he struggles to unravel a nightmarish plot.
First published as a magazine serial, Dark Passage was filmed in 1947 by Delmer Daves. Starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, it is regarded as a classic of noir filmmaking.
A man falsely accused of his wife''s murder escapes to search for the real killer.
Release Date: September 5, 1947
Release Time: 106 minutes
Humphrey Bogart as Vincent Parry
Lauren Bacall as Irene Jansen
Bruce Bennett as Bob
Agnes Moorehead as Madge Rapf
Tom D'Andrea as Cabby (Sam)
Clifton Young as Baker
Douglas Kennedy as Detective in Diner
Rory Mallinson as George Fellsinger
Houseley Stevenson as Dr. Walter Coley
Born and bred in Philadelphia, David Goodis was an American noir fiction writer. He grew up in a liberal, Jewish household in which his early literary ambitions were encouraged. After a short and inconclusive spell at at the University of Indiana, he returned to Philadelphia to take a degree in journalism, graduating in 1937.