Key Largo Review
By Christopher Null
Bogart is always a pleasure to watch, and Key Largo is no exception, despite its rather overly dramatic -- yet simplistic -- plot structure involving a gangster (Robinson) who takes over a Florida hotel during a deadly hurricane. It ultimately pales next to other Bogart and Bacall work, though it's still a reasonably good watch that has stood up well over the last 50 years.
Facts and Figures
In Theaters: Saturday 31st July 1948
Distributed by: Warner Bros. Pictures
Production compaines: Warner Bros.
Contactmusic.com: 3.5 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes: 96%
Fresh: 27 Rotten: 1
Cast & Crew
Starring: Humphrey Bogart as Frank McCloud, Edward G. Robinson as Johnny Rocco, Lauren Bacall as Nora Temple, Lionel Barrymore as James Temple, Claire Trevor as Gaye Dawn, Thomas Gomez as Richard 'Curly' Hoff, Harry Lewis as Edward 'Toots' Bass, John Rodney as Deputy Clyde Sawyer, Marc Lawrence as Ziggy, Dan Seymour as Angel Garcia, Monte Blue as Sheriff Ben Wade, William Haade as Ralph Feeney