They Met in Bombay


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Highlife, HiJinks, and High Praise
Mar 06, 2007
bkoganbing -
Clark Gable and Rosalind Russell had worked twice together before. Russell was a supporting player in two of Gable's previous films, China Seas and Forsaking All Others. But in They Met in Bombay they make a bright pair of competing and... Full review
derivative with a neat twist
Jul 27, 2006
blanche-2 -
Clark Gable and Rosalind Russell team up in "They Met in Bombay," a 1941 film also starring Peter Lorre. The two are both thieves, both with their eye on a valuable necklace, when they meet - she posing as aristocracy, he... Full review
insignificant fun
Mar 18, 2006
planktonrules -
This film is rather formulaic. Clark plays an international con man thief who falls in love with a female version of himself (Ms. Russell). While this certainly doesn't break any new ground and is a very predictable by-the-numbers MGM production, you... Full review
good movie
Oct 13, 2005
KyleFurr1983 -
This movie turned out to be a pleasant surprise because i wasn't that interested in seeing out and it turned out to be one of Gable's better pictures. The movie was directed by Clarence Brown who has worked with Gable several... Full review
Clark Gable as gentleman-thief
Feb 20, 2003
eva25at -
(Contains spoilers) The "Star of Bombay" is a precious stone. It hangs around the neck of the duchess of Beltravers (Jessie Ralph). Two jewel thieves have designs on it, but their strategies differ: Gerald Meldrick (Clark Gable) is a "gentleman-thief" in... Full review
Witless bilge
Sep 16, 2000
Anne Sharp -
The time-worn cliche of the glamorous, romantic jewel thief can be charming when done with a touch of class, as in "Trouble in Paradise," "Grand Hotel," or "I Was An Adventuress." Here, it's handled with so little taste or imagination it... Full review

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