Film Preview – Bognor Regis Observer – Saturday, 04 June 1949
Transcript:

PAVILION, SELSEY. Edward G. Robinson and Burt Lancaster are co-starred as father and son in "ALL MY SONS," the powerful drama of an American family caught in the aftermath of a wartime manufacturing scandal, to be presented on Monday for three days. It relates how an ex-G.I. gradually learns that his father, whom he loves, knowingly delivered defective airplane equipment during the war—causing the death of 21 flyers. Filmed almost entirely on the streets and in the buildings of one of the world's most exciting cities—New York—"THE NAKED CITY," last and greatest of Mark Hellinger's productions, comes on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The story centres round the New York Homicide Squad (with Barry Fitzgerald as one of their top men) and their investigation of a murder.

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