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

Gentlemen. Gentlemen, please.

Now, if we start the encirclement

in this sector...

...and maneuver the enemy's troops

out of the central defense lines...

...why, the counterattack

must be successful.

-That stinks.

-l beg your pardon.

-Walter Winchell said last--

-Will you listen?

Now, here are the Nazis.

So, what do they got?

Tanks. So, what's a tank?

ln '29, they used them in Chicago.

Armored cars.

-You're living in the past.

-The layout's a cinch.

Remember how Willie's mob

mowed down those West Side boys?

-l'll never forget it.

-That's how the British should do it. Now...

...the fleet muscles in at this spot,

we hijack their ammunition...

...the RAF spits on Berlin...

...and we catch them

with their panzers down.

The way you're doing it,

we'll lose the war.


-You're backing us into another Dunkirk.

Smart guy. Where'd you learn

to be a general, in the Bronx?

Oh, yeah? Well, l've served some of the

greatest authorities of our times. To wit:

Gunther, Kaltenborn,

Raymond Graham Swing--

Listen, if you don't keep quiet,

l'll serve you with a blackout.

-Twenty years.

-Take those glasses off...

-...and l'll pop you in the nose.

-Yeah? Don't let that stop you.

l don't need the glasses. l--

Where is everybody?

Hey, where are you, fellas?

-Wait a minute. The general's got a point.

-What point?

When you consider the carastana

on the Tagabroo with dive-bombers....

l told you that the fleet

muscles in here, the RAF--

-What did you say?

-l said the carastana on the Tagabroo... a very serious problem,

to say nothing of the larasang fay.

Cut the double talk.

Don't camouflage ignorance.

Listen, we know just as much

about this war as you do, ignoramus.


l'll shove a tank down your throat.

-l'll stab you with this cruiser.

-Boys, here comes the boss.

-Hey, what's going on here?

-Hello, boss. How are you?

l could hear you boys clear down

to 42nd Street. Hey, what is all this?

Few things l picked up

at the five-and-ten.

Second childhood, huh?

This character thinks he's

an expert on the international situation.

Just showing the boys

how England can win.

Oh, l'll arrange a conference

between you and Churchill.

Now, let's get down

to serious business.

Serious business?

This is serious business, Gloves.

Don't you think it's time you

got your mind onto the front page?

l can't be bothered. That's

Washington's racket. Let them handle it.

Now, will the ambassador from Belmont Park

give me a report on the racing situation?

-l clocked Sweet Dream at 1 :40.

-Yeah, what's the morning line?

-Three to one.

-Five grand on the schnoz.

-Caught Kid O'Brien's workout.

-How's his left?

-Like a machine gun.

-Ten grand he wins in three rounds.

-Ten grand on O'Brien?

-What's the matter with O'Brien?

Nothing. l like him.

l also like my mother,

but she can't fight either.

Bring me my coffee

and cheesecake, Louie.

Yes, Mr. Donahue. Right away.

Cheesecake for Mr. Donahue.

Cheesecake for Mr. Donahue.

Cheesecake for Mr. Donahue.

-Cheesecake for Mr. Donahue.

-Cheesecake for Mr. Donahue.

We have a problem.

-No cheesecake?

-Plenty, but not from Miller's Bakery.

What are we gonna do?

He only likes it from Miller's Bakery.

Give him the National cheesecake.

lt's a reasonable facsimile.

-l wouldn't advise it.

-He wouldn't know the difference.

lncidentally, Sampson is twirling

for the Tigers today.

lncidentally, Sampson's got a glass arm.

-Here you are, Mr. Donahue.

-Put five yards on the Yanks.

-Five yards on the Yanks. Okay, boss.

-You better get those bets down.

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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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