They All Come Out

  • 1939
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Crime

Masterful horror and film noir director Jacques Tourneur (CAT PEOPLE; I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE; OUT OF THE PAST) made his feature film debut with THEY ALL COME OUT, which was originally part of MGM's CRIME DOES NOT PAY series of two-reelers (a number of which Tourneur directed), but was eventually expanded into a feature-length film. Neal is the getaway driver...read more

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Masterful horror and film noir director Jacques Tourneur (CAT PEOPLE; I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE; OUT OF THE PAST) made his feature film debut with THEY ALL COME OUT, which was originally part of MGM's CRIME DOES NOT PAY series of two-reelers (a number of which Tourneur directed), but was

eventually expanded into a feature-length film. Neal is the getaway driver for a gang of thieves (led by Nedell) who is eventually captured along with his fellow gang members and thrown in prison. From there the film shifts to a near-documentary style, showing the rehabilitation offered to

interested prisoners. Neal and gang moll Johnson decide to make a go of the straight and narrow, while tough-guy Nedell forsakes reform and remains a hood. The couple's good behavior earns them an early parole and they leave prison with crime far behind them. While the movie is basically just

another crime melodrama, Tourneur brings his flair for visuals and handling actors into play, nudging this prison picture up a notch or two.

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  • Review: Masterful horror and film noir director Jacques Tourneur (CAT PEOPLE; I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE; OUT OF THE PAST) made his feature film debut with THEY ALL COME OUT, which was originally part of MGM's CRIME DOES NOT PAY series of two-reelers (a number of whic… (more)

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