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British Agent (15-Sep-1934)

Director: Michael Curtiz

Writer: Laird Doyle

Based on a book: British Agent by R. H. Bruce Lockhart (memoir)

Keywords: Drama, Espionage

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mary Forbes
Actor
30-Dec-1879 22-Jul-1974 Character actress
Kay Francis
Actor
13-Jan-1905 26-Aug-1968 Trouble in Paradise
William Gargan
Actor
17-Jul-1905 17-Feb-1979 Martin Kane, Private Eye
Halliwell Hobbes
Actor
16-Nov-1877 20-Feb-1962 British-American character actor
Leslie Howard
Actor
3-Apr-1893 1-Jun-1943 Pygmalion
Doris Lloyd
Actor
3-Jul-1896 21-May-1968 British-American character actress
J. Carrol Naish
Actor
21-Jan-1896 24-Jan-1973 Sahara
Irving Pichel
Film Director
24-Jun-1891 13-Jul-1954 Destination Moon
Paul Porcasi
Actor
1879 8-Aug-1946 Character actor, Broadway and film
Cesar Romero
Actor
15-Feb-1907 1-Jan-1994 The Joker on Batman

CAST

Leslie Howard   ...   Stephen Locke
Kay Francis   ...   Elena
William Gargan   ...   Medill
Phillip Reed   ...   LeFarge
Irving Pichel   ...   Pavlov
Ivan Simpson   ...   Evans
Halliwell Hobbes   ...   Sir Walter Carrister
J. Carrol Naish   ...   Commissioner for War
Walter Byron   ...   Stanley
Cesar Romero   ...   Del Val
And
Arthur Aylesworth   ...   Farmer
Alphonse Ethier   ...   DeVigney
Frank Reicher   ...   Mr. X
Tenen Holtz   ...   Lenin
Doris Lloyd   ...   Lady Carrister
Mary Forbes   ...   Lady Catherine Trehearne
Marina Schubert   ...   Maria Nikolaievna
George Pearce   ...   Lloyd George
Gregory Gaye   ...   Mr. Kolinoff
Paul Porcasi   ...   Romano

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