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Espionage Agent (23-Sep-1939)

Director: Lloyd Bacon

Writers: Warren Duff; Michael Fessier; Frank Donoghue; Robert Henry Buckner

Music by: Adolph Deutsch

Keywords: Thriller, Espionage

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
George Bancroft
Actor
30-Sep-1882 2-Oct-1956 Thunderbolt
Egon Brecher
Actor
16-Feb-1880 12-Aug-1946 So Dark the Night
Martin Kosleck
Actor
24-Mar-1904 15-Jan-1994 German-American character actor
Jeffrey Lynn
Actor
16-Feb-1909 24-Nov-1995 Home Town Story
Brenda Marshall
Actor
29-Sep-1915 30-Jul-1992 Footsteps in the Dark
Joel McCrea
Actor
5-Nov-1905 20-Oct-1990 Ride the High Country
Addison Richards
Actor
20-Oct-1887 22-Mar-1964 American character actor
Stanley Ridges
Actor
17-Jul-1890 22-Apr-1951 Black Friday

CAST

Joel McCrea   ...   Barry Corvall
Brenda Marshall   ...   Brenda Ballard
with
Jeffrey Lynn   ...   Lowell Warrington
George Bancroft   ...   Dudley Garrett
Stanley Ridges   ...   Hamilton Peyton
James Stephenson   ...   Dr. Rader
Howard Hickman   ...   Walter Forbes
Martin Kosleck   ...   Karl Mullen
Nana Bryant   ...   Mrs. Corvall
Robert O. Davis   ...   Paul Strawn
Hans von Twardowski   ...   Dr. Helm
Lucien Prival   ...   Decker
Addison Richards   ...   Bruce Corvall
Edwin Stanley   ...   Secretary of State
Granville Bates   ...   Phineas T. O'Grady
Grace Hayle   ...   Mrs. O'Grady
Egon Brecher   ...   Larsch
Emmet Vogan   ...   Instructor

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