All Through The Night

Synopsis: Broadway gambler Gloves Donahue wants to find who killed the baker of his favorite cheesecake. He sees nightclub singer Leda Hamilton leaving the bakery. When her boss Marty's partner Joe is murdered, Leda and her accompanist Pepi disappear. It turns out that beneath all the mystery is a gang of Nazi operatives planning to blow up a battleship in New York harbor.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Vincent Sherman
Production: Warner Bros.
Rotten Tomatoes:
107 min

Hi, boys.

-Hi, fellas.

-Hi, Barney.

-Hello, coach.

-Hi, Barney.

-l got the money from Callahan.

-He give easy?

-Like extracting a molar.

-Any message?

-Leave out curse words?


-No message.

-Dry-clean it. What'd he say?

He says he ain't no welsher, but

in his opinion, the taxi bet was a frame.

He says four even license numbers in a row

don't happen to come along.

lt is a miracle on 48th Street.

-He's got a nerve, accusing us of bribery.

-Ain't he?

Pay off those hackies.

Tell them it was nice timing.

-After that, can l beat it?

-No, you gotta drive us out to the ballpark.

Can't l skip the ball game?

l got a date with a doll.

-Bring her along.

-We got something planned.

Anything you're gonna do,

you can do at the ballpark.

l don't think so.

-Hey, Louie.

-Yes, Mr. Donahue?

When l order cheesecake,

l don't expect to get mucilage.

-l'm sorry, Mr. Donahue, but--

-This is not Miller's cheesecake.

He didn't come today yet. Today.

-Why not?

-We don't know.

There's a new invention

called the telephone.

Let me get you something else, maybe.

A nice French doughnut oozing with jelly?

You tell Charlie to take his cheesecake

from Miller's only, or else.

-Oh, wait a minute, Mr. Donahue--

-Cut out the arguments. Can't you read?

Who's smoking?


-Oh, hello, Herman.

Hello, Gloves. You are not leaving?

Yeah, l got business

at the Yankee Stadium.

But you didn't have

your cheesecake yet.

l haven't got time.

l'll have two for supper.

-What happened to you?

-Oh, nothing, nothing.

-l got a little pain in my back.

-That's too bad.

See Dr. Lachelle. Tell him l sent you.

-Say, you gonna see my old lady?


Here, give her this. Tell her if l make out

good at the game, she's got a new sable.

-Here you are.

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Leonard Spigelgass

Leonard Spigelgass (November 26, 1908 – February 15, 1985) was an American film producer and screenwriter. more…

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