Woman on the Run

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Stuart

Yes, this was a great historical snapshot of downtown San Francisco from the 1950s!

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Allie

Ann Sheridan's dialogue is so funny, great actress.

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Shay

Captivating character development and great story line will have you on the edge until the very end. To think that this film was almost lost to the world in a studio fire makes me glad to have had the opportunity to watch it.

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Nuria

Wonderful film and performances. Beautiful portrait of 1950s San Francisco. The final scenes with the heroine riding a roller coaster are particularly thrilling!

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