An excellent Warner Brothers actioner from 1942—completely inconsequential, but so what? It uses nearly every member of the Warner stock company as goodhearted gangster Humphrey Bogart leads his boys (Frank McHugh, Jackie Gleason, Phil Silvers) against a band of Nazi spies (Judith Anderson, Conrad Veidt, Peter Lorre). The director, Vincent Sherman, never amounted to much, but he does a bang-up job here—a fine example of what studio support could do. 107 min.