Tomorrow We Live


Julie Bronson (Jean Parker), whose father, "Pop" Bronson (Emmett Lynn) operates a desert café, is attracting the unwanted attention of a half-crazed gangster known as The Ghost (Ricardo Cortez) who runs a desert night club several miles away. The Ghost knows that "Pop" Bronson is an escaped convict and blackmails him into using his desert shack as a warehouse for "hot" stolen rubber tires to be sold on the Black Market.

Tomorrow We Live is a 1942 American film directed by Edgar G. Ulmer.
The film is also known as The Man with a Conscience in the United Kingdom.



  • Ricardo Cortez as The Ghost, Alexander Caesar Martin
  • Jean Parker as Julie Bronson
  • Emmett Lynn as William "Pop" Bronson
  • William Marshall (bandleader) as Lt. Bob Lord
  • Rose Anne Stevens as Melba
  • Ray Miller (actor) as Chick
  • Frank Hagney as Kohler
  • Rex Lease as Shorty
  • Jack Ingram (actor) as Steve
  • Barbara Slater (actress) as The Blonde
  • Jane Hale as The Dancer


  • "Juke Box Gal" (Written by Leo Erdody)
  • "Senorita Chula" (Written by Ann Levitt and Leo Erdody)

Category:1942 films
Category:American films
Category:1940s adventure films
Category:1940s crime films
Category:Producers Releasing Corporation films
Category:English-language films
Category:Black-and-white films
Category:Films directed by Edgar G. Ulmer
Category:1940s drama films

Seymour Nebenzal

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