John Huston’s sort-of sequel to The Maltese Falcon, with Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, and Sydney Greenstreet together again in an equally obscure plot, involving Nazi spies in Panama. In any analyzable way, this 1942 feature isn’t all that inferior to the somewhat overrated Falcon, but it doesn’t quite have the charisma. For a static director, though, Huston does a pretty good job of moving his actors across the restricted shipboard set. The sea mist helps. With Keye Luke and Richard Loo. 97 min.