Remembering a Robert Mitchum favorite.
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Nice summation there Mike. It’s a terrific film, just two great stars effortlessly holding our attention on screen the whole time.
And it really is something of a disgrace how Mitchum was neglected by the Academy during his career. I think he was a very subtle and clever actor who gave some wonderful performances.
I actually meant to point out he had one supporting actor nomination in 1945 for G.I. Joe and then was ignored for the rest of his career. Really a shame as we look back at some of his roles. Thanks for watching. I had fun doing it and look forward to more.