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High Sierra is a 1941 heist film directed by Raoul Walsh and written by W.R. Burnett and John Huston from the novel by Burnett. The film stars Ida Lupino and Humphrey Bogart.


Plot

Aging mobster Big Mac (Donald MacBride) is looking to pull off one more heist before he retires. With his sights set on robbing a California casino, Big Mac breaks one of his former associates, Roy Earle (Humphrey Bogart), out of prison to mastermind the job. When the robbery goes awry, Earle is forced to go on the lam and settles for the night in the hills of the nearby Sierra Nevadas. But, with the cops on his tail, Earle is soon forced to fend off the law from the mountains.

Cast

  • Ida Lupino as Marie Garson
  • Humphrey Bogart as Roy Earle
  • Alan Curtis as Babe Kozak
  • Arthur Kennedy as Red Hattery
  • Joan Leslie as Velma
  • Henry Hull as Doc Banton
  • Henry Travers as Pa Goodhue
  • Jerome Cowan as Healy
  • Minna Gombell as Mrs. Baughman
  • Barton MacLane as Jake Kranmer
  • Elisabeth Risdon as Ma Goodhue
  • Cornel Wilde as Louis Mendoza
  • Donald MacBride as Big Mac
  • Paul Harvey as Mr. Baughman
  • Isabel Jewell as Blonde
  • Willie Best as Algernon
  • Spencer Charters as Ed
  • George Meeker as Pfiffer
  • Robert Strange as Art
  • John Eldredge as Lon Preiser
  • Sam Hayes as Announcer
  • Zero as Pard
  • Eddie Acuff as Bus Driver
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