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  1. East of the River is a 1940 American drama film directed by Alfred E. Green and written by Fred Niblo, Jr. The film stars John Garfield, Brenda Marshall, Marjorie Rambeau, George Tobias, William Lundigan and Moroni Olsen. The film was released by Warner Bros. on November 9, 1940.

  2. East of the River: Directed by Alfred E. Green. With John Garfield, Brenda Marshall, Marjorie Rambeau, George Tobias. Two troublesome boys grow into very different men, one becoming a hoodlum and the other embracing college, but both are in love with the same girl.

    • (460)
    • Crime, Drama
    • Alfred E. Green
    • 1940-11-09
  3. When Joe and his friend Nick get into trouble for slugging a railroad detective, Mama saves the boys from the reformatory by promising to discipline Joe and adopt the homeless Nick. While Nick earns straight A's in school and continues on to college, Joe turns to gambling and crime.

    • Alfred E. Green, Les Guthrie, Hugh Macmullan
    • John Garfield
  4. East of the River (1940) #WarnerArchive #WarnerBros #EastoftheRiverMama Lorenzo's boys grew up tough on the bustling New York streets. Nick (William Lundigan...

    • 3 Min.
    • 1097
    • Warner Bros. Classics
  5. Recent reviews. Not great when the best part of the film is the opening prologue explaining NYC as a melting pot. Can sorta tell that Garfield was getting annoyed of being typecast. Some embarrassing Italian accents too. William Lundigan is so fine. Loved seeing Brenda Marshall's character change her life.

    • Alfred E. Green
    • Warner Bros. Pictures
  6. East of the River (1940) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

  7. Directed by: Alfred E. Green. Stars: John Garfield, Brenda Marshall and Marjorie Rambeau. IMDb score: 6,3 (473) Releasedate: 9 November 1940. US. UK. This movie is not available on US streaming services. 10 Sec. Lindsay Lohan believes her work got 'overshadowed' by paparazzi. East of the River plot. "Joey and Laurie were sweethearts..."